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Moda Reviews: The Adventure Dock at Albert Dock


Hailed as Liverpool’s “newest and bounciest” outdoor attraction, The Adventure Dock Co is definitely one to try this summer. The giant inflatable obstacle course is on Duke’s Dock and boasts an array of fun obstacles, from trampolines and free fall slides to rafts and barriers – it looks like the perfect day out for groups of friends, stags and hens or somewhere to take the family.

 With every review giving the course 5/5, we’ve found out what people are loving about the water park that’s making a splash at the docks.

Fun rating

People of all ages have tried out Adventure Dock and not one person has said it wasn’t for them – from fathers and sons to couples and big groups, it’s been a hit.

The obstacles

The Neptune Steps are the perfect way to kick start your time on the course. Perfect for all ages, you can jump, bounce and run along the steps before reaching the bigger obstacles further along. The Narrows will give you the impression you’re walking along a cliff edge. With varying degrees of difficulty you’ll find yourself 10ft above the water and navigating your way along precariously thin edges to reach the other side. The Ninja Jump will challenge your sense of speed and balance as you jump diagonally from one floating beam to the next - with two feet of water between them. Feel the need for speed on Figure 8 as you hurtle along a two-story speedway with slides and corners and race against your friends. Mount Rainier is not for the faint of heart. Staggeringly high, you’ll need all your strength to climb up to the top where you can jump from its peak down into the docks below or take the huge slide into the water – either way the adrenaline will be pumping!

The Adventure Dock team

With every review to date mentioning the team on site for their continued helpfulness, from the booking process to assisting on site, it seems the staff are really adding value to the experience. The team will direct you to spacious on-site changing rooms and lockers where you can safely store your belongings, as well as helping out around the course.

Value for money

With such a wide range of obstacles to tackle and an hour to get round the course, as well as a choice of challenges from slightly easier to seemingly impossible, the Adventure Dock is brilliant value for money at £20 per person. Not only that, for any group of four or more people there’s a discount on tickets and included in the price each person gets an hour on the course, wetsuit, helmet and buoyancy aids – and you can’t put a price on fun!

Check out the Adventure Dock yourself and let us know what you think!

Adventure Dock