There’s nowhere
quite like the Albert Dock

There’s nowhere quite like the Albert Dock. As the largest collection of Grade 1-listed buildings in the UK and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it links Liverpool’s seafaring past and pacesetting present while mirroring its unique character: colourful, friendly and industrious. The Albert Dock’s vibrant business community – the likes of Yodel, HH Law and Smaller Earth – works amidst some of the city’s key attractions, including Tate Liverpool, The Beatles Story and Merseyside Maritime Museum. (Did you know that Liverpool has more galleries and museums than any city outside of London?) Lunchtime strolls don’t get much better.

Aerial view of the Edward Pavilion and the surounding area
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  1. Tate Liverpool
  2. Maritime Museum
  3. Holiday Inn & Premier Lodge
  4. Jury’s Inn
  5. Echo & BT Convention Centre
  6. Hilton Hotel
  7. Liverpool ONE
  8. James Street Station
  9. Liverpool Town Hall
  10. Museum of Liverpool
  11. Three Graces
  12. Lime Street Station
Illustrated map of the Edward Pavilion and the surounding area


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Liverpool ONE/Q-Park

3 min walk

James Street train station

5 min walk

Liverpool Lime Street train station

15 min walk


40 min train journey

London Euston

2 hr 15 min train journey

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