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This is one of Liverpool’s most aesthetically stunning attractions, Albert Dock should be right at the top of any visitor’s list. Not only is the Dock a World Heritage Site waterfront, it also houses the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country....More
It is very pleasurable just walking round the dock taking in the scenery, there are lots of different restaurants here and some souvenir shops, there is also the This Morning weather map (not as big as you think). There is also a big double decker...More
Having travelled extensively throughout the UK for the past twenty years, we had never ventured into Liverpool as we really had not read anything about the city that appealed to us. This year we decided to give it a chance and explore the city for...More
Love the whole area, fabulous dock and amazing buildings old or new, lovely boats, then there is the Tate which is excellent, Revolution bar for eats and drinks, lots of museums, some are free entry. My only constant disappointment is the shops, and the closed...More
Very pretty docks with good food and cocktail bars surrounding them. Short walk around the docks outside the Tate modern and longer round to the Mersey boat area/museum. Photos attached show the beauty at night.
We last visited here about 30 years ago, returned last weekend and i was a tad disappointed on how Albert Dock now looks. Where are all the lovely shops gone ? Now mainly eating places and cafe's, shame reallly.
If you ‘Google’ ‘Mormon Albert docks’, several sites return with interesting links including the BBC, Liverpool museum and some LDS sites. I tried to paste the links here but was prevented.
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