The Pilotage Building located at Liverpool L3 1BY, UK

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Andrea Mailbox

3 Google Rating

Worth seeing it, but only if you come to see the whole area.

3/ 5

Worth seeing it, but only if you come to see the whole area.

William Wilson

3 Google Rating

Interesting as to living conditions but very small. Worth doing if in area and all the other attra

3/ 5

Interesting as to living conditions but very small. Worth doing if in area and all the other attractions but not on its own.

Dave Firth

5 Google Rating

A historic building on the Liverpool waterfront, it is now home to archaeology and curatorial staff

5/ 5

A historic building on the Liverpool waterfront, it is now home to archaeology and curatorial staff from the Museum of Liverpool as well as the local Portable Antiquities Scheme liaison officer.

Jim McCormick

4 Google Rating

Nice people work here

4/ 5

Nice people work here

Paul Ainsworth

4 Google Rating

Although The Pilotage Building isn't open to the public it is surrounded by historic artifacts that

4/ 5

Although The Pilotage Building isn't open to the public it is surrounded by historic artifacts that are well worth a look. There's a propeller from RMS Lusitania, a Cunard liner that was torpedoed in 1915 with the loss of 1198 lives. There's a pilot ship called Edmund Gardener that has been painted to become a 'dazzle ship'. During August and September you can climb aboard for a tour on Tuesday and Wednesday.There is also a monument to the cart horses that once helped move goods around the docks. Every trip to Liverpool should include a wander around this part of the waterfront.

I M (Wirral)

5 Google Rating

Beautiful building on the waterfront. Really historic and obviously has lots of history attached. We

5/ 5

Beautiful building on the waterfront. Really historic and obviously has lots of history attached. Well maintained.

yazen Essam

5 Google Rating

Nice

5/ 5

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