The Beatles Story is located in the heart of Liverpool’s stunning Albert Dock. Built by Jesse Hartley in 1846 and steeped in the rich history of Liverpool, the Albert Dock provides a historic, evocative home for The Beatles Story. A World Heritage site, as well as the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the UK, the Albert Dock is the most-visited free tourist attraction in the North West, boasting over two million visitors a year.
As well as the Beatles Story, the Albert Dock also houses the award-winning Tate Liverpool, the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the stunning International Slavery Museum. With so much to see and do, rest weary feet in one of the many bars, cafes and restaurants situated around the dock. With a wonderful assortment of bars and restaurants, including What’s Cooking?, Circo, Blue Bar and Grill (also home to Comedy Central), Gusto, the Pan Am Bar and Restaurant, Miller and Carter Steakhouse, Vinea and the Spice Lounge, the Albert Dock truly has something to suit every taste and budget!
And don’t forget about our unique Beatle-themed Starbucks, housed within the Beatles Story itself!
For more information on things to see and do in the Albert Dock please click here.
Downloadable map of Albert Dock