The Albert Dock boasts a unique blend of culture, cuisine and shopping, making it the most visited free attraction in the Northwest. It has a huge range of attractions to suit a variety of tastes, including the most impressive cultural cluster in the region. So whether you’re visiting for some family fun, a day out or are staying in Liverpool for a short break, there’s plenty to keep you entertained at the Albert Dock.
The Beatles Story
Located in the Fab Four’s hometown of Liverpool, the award-winning Beatles Story experience is an atmospheric journey into the life, times, culture and music of the Beatles.
Join us on a magical mystery tour to see how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to the dizzy heights of worldwide fame and fortune to become the greatest band of all time.
World Museum Liverpool
World Museum Liverpool is a fantastic family day out. As well as fascinating objects from around the world, we also have an aquarium, a bug house, a theatre and a planetarium. And it is all FREE!
The Liverpool Cathedral
Liverpool Cathedral, awarded the city region’s Best Large Visitor Attraction 2009, is a ‘must see’ in Liverpool: free entry, spectacular architecture and great attractions: Tower and Great Space Tour
See the City from the top of the Cathedral tower – an amazing view, see across the Mersey as far as Blackpool tower on a clear day! Then travel down the tower and stop to look at the Elizabeth Hoare Embroidery Gallery. The hidden gem of the Catherdal, this gallery presents a lifetime of ecclesiastical embroideries, and offers a unique view of the Cathedral and the great West Window.
Head to Liverpool ONE for a great experience when looking for days out in Merseyside.
Chavasse Park has been transformed into a ‘Paradise in the Park’ where you can enjoy a golden beach and fairground attractions by day and play beach volleyball or sip cocktails by night.
Why not catch a movie at the 14-screen ODEON cinema or stay for a bite to eat? We’ve got 20 restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisine from across the globe, including French, Italian and Japanese. You’re sure to find something to whet your appetite, making the Leisure Terrace the first choice when looking for a restaurant in Liverpool.