The Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool (ACC Liverpool) is a multipurpose events and convention venue on the former Kings Dock, Liverpool, England, which houses the 11,000-seat Echo Arena and the BT Convention Centre. The Exhibition Centre Liverpool opened in 2015, connected to the main complex by a sky bridge. It also includes the Wheel of Liverpool Ferris wheel.
ACC Liverpool was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on 22 May 2008. The complex's naming rights belong to the Liverpool Echo and the BT Group.
The building, designed by Wilkinson Eyre and Buro Happold, consists of two main elements either side of a central galleria: an arena and a convention centre. The arena has 7,513 permanent seats around three sides of a central floor suitable for indoor sports events. The capacity for 11,000. BT Convention Centre has a 3,725 square metre multipurpose hall on the ground floor, with a 1,350 capacity auditorium and eighteen break out rooms above. It can be possible to use the exhibition hall in conjunction with the arena, giving a total exhibition space of over 7,000 square metres, a unique design in Europe.
The John Lennon Peace Monument is on the waterfront adjacent to ACC Liverpool.