Situated on the Albert Dock the main gallery is free to enter, to visit the Warhol/ Bender exhibits was an extra £8 which we paid. There is good disabled and lift access to the top and throughout, it is all level access. The Warhol exhibition was OK, several famous images were there but to me it seemed a lot of space wasn't used, this theme seeemd to be throughout, Bender was slightly better and more interesting. Coming down into the lower reaches past various piles of blankets and breeze blocks brings you back down into the foyer. I don't particularly dislike modern contemporary art, however this was not for me, there were some good pieces, unfortunately they were outnumbered by the ridiculous with people standing around them staring at piles of block pavement and blankets? you could spill your coffee on the floor and someone would put a frame around it and extol its virtues. All bags need to be placed into lockers before going around.