Great piece on the attractions of Liverpool docks by Bradd Chambers
By Bradd Chambers
Because ‘The Liverpool Line’ borders the city’s waterfront, we’ve decided to let you in on our top five favourite places to go in the Albert Docks. Whether it be art, music or just a casual drink. Been to the places before? Let us know by leaving us a comment below.
Liverpool’s 800 years of history can be found in the Museum of Liverpool. This replaced the Museum of Liverpool Life in 2011, and won European Museum of the Year in 2013. It’s the first of its kind in the UK, with exhibitions about Liverpudlian architecture as well as its stars in comedy, music and sports. There are also galleries of Victorian slums and rail carriages, as well as the Beatles show, Little Liverpool and a 180-seat theatre. The museum is free of charge and is open from 10am to 5pm.
If that interested you, then…
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