Heritage on the Dock celebrates 172 years of Albert Dock history and heritage with four days of free walks, talks, live music, song and entertainment over the Easter break.
Children can even go in search of the "Dock Ness Monster” with Lancashire Wildlife Trust to see what lies beneath the waters of the Dock and with your “Dock Safari” guide look for eels, jellyfish, crabs and more - and then enjoy the experience of using an aquascope for amazing underwater views.
Merseyside Maritime Museum will be hosting fun workshops and storytelling get-togethers for the kids based around the legend of the ill-fated Titanic, while children can embrace Victorian culture at the Museum of Liverpool at the Pier Head, with craft and hands-on sessions devoted to this iconic period in history.
While on your travels, make sure to look out for Typhoon & The Pedal Players, a steam-powered time machine, currently stuck in a time continuum, and needing your help to make it back to present day! Hear their hidden stories, myths and legends of Albert Dock through captivating performance, music and song.
The grown-ups can also embark on one of several fascinating guided walks under the expert guidance of the Blue Badge Guides and Liverpool City Walks, RIBA and Tate Liverpool around the Albert Dock, Liverpool Waters central docks, up to Stanley Dock, the Anglican Cathedral and Liverpool Parish Church.
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