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This tour was recommended to us by Andrew at the museum of Liverpool. He said if we do one thing whilst in Liverpool it should be the Old Dock tour. The tour is run three times throughout the day but you do have to book...More
I went on this tour yesterday with a group of work colleagues, and this tour was absolutely brilliant. It was my first visit to Liverpool for leisure so this tour gave a really good overview of how this great city came into being, and how...More
The guys who lead this tour are extremely knowledgeable and deliver the information in an entertaining way that keeps everyone's attention. It's a free tour, great for keeping costs down while trying to keep the family busy during school holidays.
As a local girl, I...More
Suitable for all ages. An hour long tour of the old dock presented by Danny and Jez who, with scouse humour, give an informative account of the dock history, its impact on the development of the city and the effect on commerce in the 18th...More
Under a shopping centre there exists an archaeological site of the 300 year old remains of Liverpool's oldest wet dock. It is fascinating and low-key.
The guides are double act, but they are researchers and knowledgeable guides as well.
There is a surface component to...More
We only discovered this fabulous tour whilst visiting the maritime museum, I think that it is run by them. What a great experience, the tour guides were brilliant- so funny yet extremely knowledgeable. I definitely recommend taking this tour
A guide from St Georges Hall (also a must do) recommended this visit. We knew we were in for a treat immediately we met up with our guides Yaz and Danny for the Old Dock Experience - their knowledge and passion for the Docks and...More