The Titanic Memorial and Tate Liverpool are two of the attractions on the city of Liverpool’s Waterfront. The Titanic Memorial recognises the city’s close links to the cruise liner that sank on April 15, 1912. Constructed in 1916, the granite memorial pays tribute to the engineers who died in the disaster, and represents the UK’s first ever monument depicting working class people.
The Tate Liverpool at the nearby Albert Dock is one of the UK's largest galleries of modern and contemporary art outside of London. You’ll be able to see artworks from the likes of Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Paul Cezanne.
Parking for The Titanic Memorial and Tate Liverpool
Travelling into Liverpool, follow the brown signs to the Waterfront, and you’ll find the Tate at the Albert Dock, and the Titanic Memorial just to the north, beside the Liver Building.
You’ll find a number of NCP car parks nearby, but Liverpool Moorfields will most likely be your best bet.