• One hour aqua park session at Adventure Dock
• Sessions include a 10 minute dry land safety briefing
• Over 50 elements of floating fun, challenges, slides, jumps and drops
• All equipment is provided including a wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet
What Can I Expect
Get yourself down to this Liverpool aqua park and make a splash in the docks! This fabulous floating fun park is situated within the famous UNESCO World Heritage waterfront site in Liverpool. It’s in the heart of the city, it’s brilliant and it’s open for you during the summer months.
Duke’s Dock is where it’s all happening. With King’s Dock and the acc Liverpool on one side and Albert Dock on the other, this aqua park is well-placed for some serious suburban splashing. Prepare to get wet, to fall in, to climb and use your balance, as you negotiate a whole load of floating obstacles.
If you’ve never been to an aqua park before, this one in Liverpool is a bit of a gem, as it really is in the heart of the action and it’s a big one too. With around 50 different inflatable modules all linked together with pontoons and wobbly bridges, each section carries its own challenge. How will you get on with the Moon Balls? Do you fancy tackling the Overpass? (we love the names!)
That might be too tame for serious aqua parkers. So this Liverpool park steps it up a gear with some seriously tricky modules. Are you up for doing the Tyre Run? Or perhaps a Ninja Jump is more your thing? Then there’s the dastardly Dragon’s Tail. But who can conquer Mount Rainier, the summit of the aqua park, to be crowned King or Queen of Albert Dock?
Get it wrong and you’ll be taking a dip, there’s no doubt about it. But that’s the whole point of aqua parks and this one in Liverpool is no exception! What’s more, it’s not too difficult to haul yourself out of the water and back onto the inflatables, as there’s a good smattering of ‘Neptune Steps’ around to make getting up a whole lot easier.
You will need to be able to swim to use this Liverpool water park though. Having said that, kids seriously love this sort of thing and it’s fast becoming the place in Liverpool to host your kids’ parties. And as unusual party venues go, leaping on inflatable things bobbing around in the docks has got to be pretty up there hasn’t it? It’s great for hens, stags and group outings too.
At this Liverpool aqua park vouchers give you a one-hour slot. This includes a 10-minute dry-land briefing and 50 minutes out on the water. Participants should arrive 30-minutes before their time to get kitted out in aqua parking gear - namely wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet. Now go have fun guys!
• Adventure Dock is open 7 days a week between 5 May and 28 October
• Dates and specific session times must be pre-booked
• Participants should arrive at least 30 minutes prior to their allocated time slot
• Minimum age 8
• Under 16s must be accompanied on site by a participating or spectating adult
• You need to be able to swim 50m unaided to take part in this activity
• Spectators are welcome to come along and watch the action
Anything Else I Need To Know?
• Bring a towel and swim trunks/costumes with you
• Facilities include changing cubicles and family changing areas
• Drinks and snacks can be purchased onsite and there are a range of restaurants and bars around Albert Dock, a few minutes walk away
• Adventure Dock, Dukes Dock, Liverpool
• Next to the iconic Albert dock on the famous Liverpool waterfront