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Royal Albert Dock
The Royal Albert Dock is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the whole of the UK, offering an array of restaurants, bars, museums, and galleries. Located on Liverpool’s World Heritage Site waterfront, the Albert Dock structure features the most extensive collection of Grade I listed buildings in the UK.
The Beatles Story is the world’s largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to the lives of the Fab Four, that started in their hometown of Liverpool. The exhibition is an immersive journey; from the start of the band to Beatlemania, the memorabilia and fascinating facts make this one of Albert Dock’s best-loved sights.
Goodness Gracious is the rooftop area of grand tea house OH ME OH MY. The tea house, situated within West Africa House is open between 9 am - 5 pm, Monday to Friday. Goodness Gracious is open seasonally between March and October from noon - 7 pm and an excellent location to take in the views.
If you’re looking for a spot of shopping you may find yourself spoilt for choice between the shopping centres in the city, boutique arcades, and charming strip shopping. Bold Street boasts that it’s one of the best shopping streets in the country. If you’re looking for independent stores, cafes, and restaurants head to Bold Street and peruse your way up or down this cobbled steps. Liverpool ONE is also worth a visit if time permits. The open-air shopping district is home to more than 170 stores, bars, and restaurants.
Since its opening at the Albert Dock in 1988, Tate Liverpool (one of seven galleries in the area) has become one of the most visited art galleries outside of London, with past artists featured including Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Claude Monet. Before you leave the area, be sure to have a look at the 10 metre tall Liverpool Mountain artwork by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone in Mermaid Courtyard on the Royal Albert Dock.
Quest Has Gone Global
Quest Liverpool opens in the UK in August located at 72 Church Street, along one of the city’s biggest shopping districts and will feature a conference room and gym.
The Art School Restaurant, located in Liverpool’s Georgian quarter serves pescetarian, vegetarian and vegan menus. It was named in The Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants and has been awarded 2 AA rosettes four years running and has received critical acclaim from both the Michelin and Good Food guides.