The vibrant heart of Liverpool's historic waterfront, the Albert Dock's the place to play, to see, to eat, drink and stay. Blending old and new, it's contemporary, yet cultured; fun, and friendly.
You'll find museums, galleries and a huge range of venues to eat and drink in amid the lofty colonnades of this architectural splendour - the country's largest group of Grade I listed buildings. From culture and comedy to Beatles, boats, galleries and gigs, it's the place for food, fun, family: to eat, drink and dance. Night and day...
Contact and Getting Here
Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool, L3 4AA
0871 906 9060
Take the Merseyrail Line from Liverpool Lime Street Lower Level to James Street Station, which is a five-minute walk from the Dock.
Albert Docks is accessible both inside the quay and exterior walkways Guide and hearing dogs are welcome on the Dock site and in venues Tate Liverpool and the Beatles Story offer wheelchair hire Free upon request Albert Dock has toilet facilities on The Colonnades, which includes an accessible toilet and baby changing facilities Tate Liverpool, Beatles Story and Merseyside Maritime Museum all have accessible toilets There are eight accessible car parking bays at Albert Dock Ramps are available at the Beatles Story & Albert Dock Visitor Information Centre.