Royal Albert Dock Liverpool

Liverpool, England
4.6 / 10
A closed dock designed by engineer J. Hartley in 1846. For the XIX century, it was a rather bold decision - goods from the ships went straight to the warehouse, bypassing the intermediate links of unloading. Now the dock is used as an art space and entertainment area. There are many museums, hotels, restaurants, bars, concert venues. In general, a trivial warehouse turned out to be a good tourist attraction.
Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Address:3-4 The Colonnades, Liverpool
Phone:+44 151 706 0576
Hours:monday: Open 24 hours tuesday: Open 24 hours wednesday: Open 24 hours thursday: Open 24 hours friday: Open 24 hours saturday: Open 24 hours sunday: Open 24 hours


Beautifully developed area of the city. Close to the Mersey ferry terminal. It offers a thorough experience of the city's historic stories, with regular bus tours covering everything from the iconic Beatles story to an equally interesting look at som.. Read more »


Our group of 6 really enjoy escape rooms, and this one was good. Luke, our host, was especially enthusiastic and played along well. We did the wild West themed room. A couple of the clues took a bit of a leap, but nothing too lateral. We'll worth a v.. Read more »


An absolutely lovely place to be on a hot day. I’ve cream vans everywhere and drinks available in most shops. It’s the ideal place for a nice walk, or a date. Although it’s often busy, you can easily find a bench looking out over the docks or the o.. Read more »


Went to Liverpool today and visited Albert Dock, so pleased the council didn't demolish this dock like all the others. the traders in there were brilliant and the things to do and explore in Liverpool are endless, need a couple of weeks to really do .. Read more »


Absolutely amazing, historic and iconic to a bygone age. My husband and I enjoyed all the shops and looking at all the love locks on the chain fence around the harbour. All so special. It would of been amazing to add one of our own, however there was.. Read more »


We went on the floating Grace river canal cruise. It was magical. Staff were amazing funny and warm and welcoming. We has a 3 course meal.and it was delicious. The service could not of been better. Every plate cleared. Full recommended. It was part o.. Read more »


Lots to walk around and place always has something going on. Been twice and if you're visiting Liverpool, I'd say it's a nice place to visit sunset time. Could go with a group of people or on your own for a relaxing walk. Enjoy.


Nice place to walk around and lots to see. Plenty of places all along to stop and have a drink, snack, or a nice sit down dinner. Very easy to spend 5-6 hours walking all around this area and up near city centre. Taxi's, buses, hotels, all within eas.. Read more »


Great site to visit when in Liverpool! A true gem in the north for both shopping, enjoying a meal out or for a walk with some fresh air. The architecture is beautiful and fits in with Liverpool's history. A must see for anyone who is a fan of heritag.. Read more »


Albert Dock is a fantastic heart of Liverpool. Wonderful independent shops, restaurants and museums. Plus fantastic coffee shops and art galleries! Also how can you resist an evening view like this, a great view of the best city skyline.


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