Albert Dock (Liverpool) Reviews
Description:The Albert Dock is Britain's most popular heritage attraction and three times winner of the Best Large Attraction in ... more
Newest Review: ... Mersey Working docks/port, where so far this year we have had warships and the QM2 dock The Three Graces (including the Liver Building) Hotels Echo Arena At the moment it's also very near some Superlambananas (look them up, they have to be seen!) before they move to their new home at Lime Street Station So, plenty to do and see nearby. But is it any good? Well, yes and no. The shops are ... more
Customer Albert Dock (Liverpool) Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I was surprised to notice that there have been no review about Albert Dock since 2001 and since Liverpool has changed so much since then, I thought an update was due. Albert Dock is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK and is of course located on the River Mersey in Liverpool. The dock itself has been restored after falling into disrepair and is now the location for: Shops, mostly craft, touristy ones Museums, incouding the Beatles Story and Maritime and soon to be opened Liverpool museum Trendy and rather expensive apartments The location of the Duckmarine tour Trendy bars and restaurants TATE ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/01, updated on 08/07/01 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I lived in Liverpool for 5 years and one of the first things I learned is that only tourists go to the Albert Dock. In the heady days of This Morning (before it left for the evil south east), you could watch all the tourists walking up to the window and sticking their faces against the glass so they could look like mutants on national TV. I did however have the uncommon privilege of having stood on the weather map. I didn’t jump to Ireland though and I have no idea how Fred used to manage it. Apart from the “This Morning” thing, the Albert Dock houses many highly priced tourist shops, home made fudge, expensive clothes etc. There are a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/01, updated on 31/05/01 (Useful, 52 readings)
I have recently been to the exhibition of the Beatles Story which is situated in the Britannia Pavilion part of Liverpools magnificent Albert Dock regeneration. The Albert Dock itself is huge a set of former warehouses which have been converted into a number of bars, restaurants and cafes. A visit to the Beatles Story then can be done in conjunction with a bigger day out or perhaps if some of your group want to do something else you can split up, do different things and meet again. Although many peoples musical tastes have moved on from The Beatles their story is one that started the whole British pop scene and it ceased to be dominated by copies of American ... Read the complete review
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