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Pier Masters House

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Shows how a person of the period lives and works - well maintained and the dispays good. On the... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2018
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Worth visiting if passing

We walked past this little museum twice before we decided to go in. It’s amazing to see how people... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2018
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9 Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB, England
+44 151 478 4545
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Fantastic little gem, brought back so many memories of my childhood years in the 50s. Not very big but a good way to spend half an hour.

Thank june1954
Reviewed 12 July 2018

A house of how people lived at the time. It's small, and free, but worth the 10mins walking round. Worth popping in

Thank MrGarner
Reviewed 11 July 2018

Shows how a person of the period lives and works - well maintained and the dispays good. On the edge of Albert Dock so easy to get to and free entrance - thats always good. Isnt huge - you can visit it in 20 mins...More

Thank Howard-Liverpool
Reviewed 10 April 2018 via mobile

We walked past this little museum twice before we decided to go in. It’s amazing to see how people lived and for the children to see how much has changed in a not so long time! Wouldn’t recommend going out of your way to visit...More

1  Thank BethMaplethorpe
Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

Just before the docks, by the swing bridge, is the old Pier Masters House, left as it would be in the 1940’s. If passing it is well worth a look in and on the way out say hi to Billy Fury, whose statue is virtually...More

Thank SagaloutsTour
Reviewed 22 January 2018

The Pier Master's House at the Albert Dock complex has been cleverly transformed by Liverpool Museums into a house of the 1940's, as it would have been during the second world war. As you approach you notice the backed out windows with tape across the...More

Thank 2mercury
Reviewed 21 January 2018 via mobile

Almost walked past this little house, but decided to have a look round as it was raining and this had free entry. It's a well presented, well preserved house of the time, and younger visitors will probably find it hard to imagine this was such...More

Thank Sean G
Reviewed 9 January 2018

I have been to this house many times over the years. And every time I set foot into the house, I am transported back in time. From the music playing in the sitting room to the detail in the kitchen, I am amazed. If you...More

2  Thank bella D
Reviewed 6 December 2017 via mobile

When we called here it was really quiet so we got to walk around at our own pace without the hassle of crowds. Lots of information and you get a feel for the conditions they lived in when this was a working house.

Thank John K
Reviewed 20 November 2017 via mobile

It’s only a small museum but definitely worth a visit if you are visiting Albert Docks. Perfectly preserved it is interesting to see what a Liverpool home during the war years was like. I particularly liked the kitchen. Visit it after all it’s free.

1  Thank KateJRR
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