Albert Dock

Arts and Culture

There’s something for everyone at Albert Dock, from a family fun day or day and night out, to a short break. The place to play, to see, to eat, drink and stay…

Dream Rides

Donations from £10 per car for Claire House you and your family will be able to ride in a Sports or classic car, from Rolls Royce to a Ferrari. Get there early as there's lots of cars to see.

Bongo's Bingo with Kelis

Celebrate Bong's Bingo 3rd birthday with Kelis live at Bramley Moore Dock Tickets £36 - Selling fast from bongosbingo.co.uk

Pirates on the Dock

Swashbuckling, family adventure with live action ship battles, Pirates and Mermaid Parade, jaw-dropping stunts and swordfights, local folklore and sea shanty. Free

Steam at the Dock

Liverpool's own Steamship Kerne will be berthed on the pontoon in Albert Dock near the Tate Modern, and open to the public to view throughout this exciting free event.

Floating Aqua Park

Adventure Dock floating aqua park, boasting a 92-metre inflatable assault course on the water located at Duke’s Dock. £20pp adventuredock.co.uk

The Tall Ships

Albert Dock will be home to the Tall Ships along with the Cruise Liner Terminal, with activities at the Pier Head. Fun for all the family.

The Albert Dock was not always as we know and see it today: its history dates back over 170 years to 1839.

 

Following a period of dereliction and a complete regeneration, the Dock was officially reopened in 1988 and today we can proudly say that the Dock’s lofty colonnades and statuesque columns make up the largest group of Grade 1 listed buildings in the country.

 

Though very different from its original purpose, the present day Albert Dock continues to be a bustling hub of activity. The Dock is open seven days a week from 10am and around five million people visit each year, making it the most-visited free UK attraction outside London.

 

At the Albert Dock, you will find a variety of independent shops and restaurants covering cuisines from all around the world. There is an abundance of bars and cafés, two hotels and some of the city’s best museums and galleries.

 

There’s something for everyone at Albert Dock, from a family fun day or day and night out to a short break. The place to play, to see, to eat, drink and stay…