Originally built between 1841-1848 as a prosperous working dock, the Albert Dock has since been restored as a major tourist ... More
Albert Dock Liverpool
Originally built between 1841-1848 as a prosperous working dock, the Albert Dock has since been restored as a major tourist hot spot and draws over five million visitors each year. A renowned world heritage site, it offers a fascinating blend of history, culture, food and shopping. In addition to the many shops and craft carts, there are numerous attractions including The Beatles Story Museum , Tate Gallery , Merseyside Maritime Museum , Museum of Liverpool Life and HM Customs & Excise National Museum . Superb bars and restaurants abound, including What's Cooking , Est Est Est and the The Pump House . Check the website for more.
Unlike the person from Southport(Sleepville itself) I found the Albert Dock a very nice and layed back shopping expierence, some very different shops and a few nice cafes and bars(often used by the celebrity elements). If you are looking for a alternative shopping experience then check the Albert Dock out but some shops are pricey!!!
It was boring really. Just shops everywhere. The day would have been a complete disaster if it wasn't for the Dark. This was an exhibition on slavery, and it saved the day!It was interesting but I won't be going again.
The Travelodges are great places for the whole family with comfortable family rooms and fantastic locations, close to all major
attractions up and down the country. The family rooms offer value and quality that one cannot find anywhere else. ...
Occupying a prime spot adjacent to the Pump House at the Albert Dock , the Merseyside Maritime Museum provides an
informative and educational guide to Liverpool's seafaring history. A diverse collection of all things maritime are on display, including ...
Liverpool's Tate Gallery is part of the world renowned family of stellar galleries such as the Tate Britain , Tate
Modern in London and the lesser known St Ives Tate. Situated at the Albert Dock , the gallery boasts ...