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Duke's Dock is a dock on the River Mersey, England, and part of the Port of Liverpool. It is in the southern dock system, connected to Salthouse Dock and Wapping Dock to the east. The Albert Dock is located immediately north, although not directly accessible by water.
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Beautiful Dockside area. As beautiful at night as it is in the day. Home to some of the great attractions of the area including; The Tate Liverpool, the International Slavery Museum, the Maritime museum amongst others, housed in the old Wharf buildings. If you go, remember to bring a padlock/loved one (or both) with you to visit outside the mini light house looking building. The railing/fences dividing the sea from the Dock have hundreds if not thousands of padlocks there. Excellent experience, will go back to Albert Dock when I visit Liverpool next.
Stayed at the Premier Inn on Albert Dock whilst at a conference. Staff incredibly nice and helpful, hotel is in the old tobacco warehouse, so premises are amazing. Went for a walk before breakfast every morning, dock so beautiful you couldn't get bored of it.went to the slavery museum, as heartbreaking as you would expect. Went to the Tate looked at art. Spent 3 days basically in the conference center. Amazing from the outside, conference centre on the inside nice staff though. If you need to go to Liverpool try and stay at the Albert Dock Premier Inn
Nice place in Liverpool. Great atmosphere and lovely place to be, especially on an evening. just a short walk from the shopping centre. Level surfaces are suitable for wheelchair users. Plenty of places to wine and dine. A mixture of old and new architecture. Fabulous city so much to see and do. The docks are great you need a few days to see all. Food eating places here too with lunchtime bargains on offer. Some good little shops for gift buying too.
This is a fantastic place to visit for people of all ages. There are great little shops, nice places to eat, good places to drink and lots to see & do. I live in the city but enjoy a walk around the docks in the summer as it's always a buzz of activity from locals and tourists. It's right on the waterfront, close the main shopping area and a good area to kill some time. If you are visiting Liverpool it's a must to come and see.
Beautiful red brick world heritage docks that house bars, restaurants, shops, a museum and Tate modern gallery. This is probably one of the nicest parts of the city and certainly something Liverpool should be proud of. You can spend the best part of a day just here and with a miniature walk can also take a strole around the three graces and maybe a ferry cruise. YOU HAVE TO VISIT HERE.
Fantastic gallery. Superb for my 8 year old Daughter to experience a wide variety of quality modern art in many different media, and expand her imagination. Lichtenstein exhibition was great and to my surprise free. It also had an interactive element for my daughter which She loved. Many famous and not so famous artists represented. A fabulous area for children to create their own art to take home. Gallery staff were lovely. Also a fun interactive area for a nice break from gallery viewing.
I love Liverpool, brought my Dad on his first visit to the city. He was impressed by the dock land area, and as we're from Hull he compared it to our city. I was disappointed that the Titanic exhibitions were closed when we visited, check before you travel! Love what they've done, take note Hull.
Albert Dock is a great historic place to visit in Liverpool. There are shops and some wonderful restaurants. There are also several museums to visit. The slavery museum is a really interesting place and well worth a visit. It would take you a good day to get around everything. Take a birds eye view of Liverpool on the wheel.
A wonderful place to walk on sunny days, to watch the sunset. full of people, a safe place. Is amazing how the colors of the raw match up with those of the buildings,a movie set. Super clean, with facilities for people with special needs. has place to eat, has place to rest after a long walk. besides a super romantic look.
My first time in Liverpool and I didn't expect to love it as much as I did. Absolutely love Albert Dock. So many options of where to eat, a number of galleries (Tate) and museums (International Museum of Slavery, Maritime Museum etc )and a small shopping area. It helps that you're surrounded by the river. Pretty quiet at the time I visited for a conference but another conference started at the exhibition centre on my last day and I noted crowd dispersal was super quick and very efficient. Added bonus of shopping centre within walking distance of Albert Dock including Liverpool One, St John and many others I can't recall at the moment
Great historical dock. Modernised with plenty to see do eat and drink. Looks amazing. Also used for Captain America filming in previous years. Nice to see so many restaurants shops and museums. A very nice jewel in the crown of Liverpool's culture.
Third visit to Mattel play and it's as enjoyable as ever. Was lucky to visit outside of term time and it makes a difference as there's much more space for little ones to enjoy. Three unique areas and excellent staff. Well worth a visit for Thomas fans.
Love the docks in Liverpool. They are beautiful and perfect for a day out that's a.bit different. Plenty of restaurants too. Regarding wheelchair accessibility: the path that runs around the docks is cobbled and can be pretty rough at times. There is a section of the floor that has been smothered to help with this but it's not a continuous run and in places not wide enough. There are ramps at all exits. The entrance to the shops and restaurants leading from the docks are flat and accessible. There are several disabled toilets. In the Tate, Maritime museum Costa coffee and smugglers cove.
A lot of work has evidently gone in to making this a top tourist attraction, business centre and entertainment venue. Galleries, museums, historical docs, the Echo Arena, so much to see and enjoy. Great setting overlooking the River Mersey. Short walk into the city itself. Ample parking and hotels on site too.
This is a wonderful location with a good choice of places to eat, and comfortable too. Lots of little stores and something for everyone. What a credit to the city. I doubt I will ever be bored visiting here. Make the time - go see for yourself, but far better to share the experience with a group.
A stark reminder of the shafting of the working man - black and white. Diabetes, the revenge of the slave. Food - processed carbohydrates, bread, spuds and sugar with everything. Loved it, an unexpected gem. I'll be pretty p***** off if this is edited. It's the whole picture - own your past, learn and design your future.
I love the docks even if the wind blows my hair into a crows nest every time I go there. Nice to walk around no matter what the weather. Fab little shops for tourists, great museums to have a look round and the most delicious fish and chips I've ever eaten from the little chip shop that's recently opened there. Gotta love those boats and ships too!
Historic and photogenic, the Royal Albert Docks have been converted into a range of shops, restaurants and a few museums too. The Dock is still active for smaller vessels and pleasure craft rather than the Victorian trade of tobacco, cotton, tea and silk in its heyday. It is the first warehouse to be built with no wood at all, so is non flammable. It played a key role in World War II for the Navy and was bombed heavily. It was closed for shipping in the 70s, and reopened as a new development in the 80s.
Wonderful place to visit while in Liverpool. Shortage of toilets (wife) very interesting museum worth a visit on its own. Annual visit of tall ships whilst there, could have gone on one to look around or a couple of others were offering sailing trips (age and ability requirements) Very nice place to spend a couple of days and you still won’t see it all.
We love it here. Actually we dined at the Smugglers Cove, a place that we visit fairly often. Atmosphere is great, staff lovely and the drinks choice very comprehensive. The menu has changed and is now a much wider choice than it was previously. Food is of a very good standard.