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Family things to do across Liverpool City Region this Half Term

Get away from it all this half term across the Liverpool City Region! There has never been a better time to get out and about around the city, whether it be for days out, activities, or even free things to do.

To help ensure your half-term break is bursting at the seams without breaking the bank, we have put together a list of things to do that the whole family can enjoy.

Knowsley Safari

Prescot, Merseyside L34 4AN

Who doesn’t love a day out at the Safari Park? This half term why not visit Knowsley Safari and experience the UK’s longest safari drive and walk on the wild side and explore the foot safari!

This half term visitors will enjoy added entertainment as a Seaside Carnival takes over the Foot Safari.

Expect acrobatic skills workshops, pier-themed games stalls, traditional performers, striped deckchairs, and of course, sand!

Knowsley Safari is an ideal option for a full and fun day out – that the whole family can enjoy.  

For further information visit www.knowsleysafariexperience.co.uk

Eureka! Science and Discovery

Victoria Place, Wallasey CH44 6NR

Merseyside’s hub of science and discovery, Eureka! Science and Discovery is the perfect day out for all the family.

The venue lets you explore things such as nature, the human body, as well get creative.

Just a stone’s throw away, you can make a day of it by jumping on a River Explorer Cruise at the Pier Head, and Eureka! ticket holders receive 20% off.

For further information visit www.eurekadiscovery.org.uk

The Beatles Story

Britannia Vaults, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD

If you’re little ones fancy themselves as the next big musician from the city, then a visit to the Albert Dock’s Beatles Story is one to visit.

Full to the brim with all things Beatles, the immersive tour recreates famous Beatles locations and the lives and careers of Liverpool’s world-famous band.

There is also a ‘Discovery Zone’ which offers free fun-packed workshops during half term and school holidays.

For further information visit www.beatlesstory.com

Otterspool Adventure

37 Otterspool Drive, Liverpool L17 5AL

Let the kids unleash their energy and make tons of memories this half term at Otterspool Adventure.

With outdoor activities, a 12-hole adventure golf course, and inflatable pillows to have lots of fun on, there is also an Easter Adventure event on throughout this half term.

Get ready to walk the plank this May half term at Otterspool Adventure and get your tickets for Pirates & Princesses, where the whole family can enjoy the princess school, swashbuckling and sword fighting, a treasure hunt, a princess sing-along, party games, meet & greets, and 8 hours of unlimited park activities.

All of Otterspool Adventure’s usual activities that are open will be available during the event, including Go Karts, Adventure Golf, Bouncing Pillows, and MORE!

For further information and to book ticket please visit www.otterspooladventurecentre.co.uk


88 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4DQ

If you and your family love to get creative, then a visit to Wood Street’s FACT is a must on the half term itinerary list.

With an array of art exhibitions, workshops for all the family to get involved in, and Picturehouse Cinema showcasing all the latest blockbusters and independent films, FACT has something for all the family to enjoy.

For further information visit www.fact.co.uk

Quirky Quarter

The Arch, 142 Duke Street, Liverpool L1 5DR

Do you and your family love puzzle and challenges? Then Quirky Quarter is the perfect fit with their brain teasing interactive experiences.

The museum with surreal exhibits offers optical illusions and photo opportunities for them lasting family core memories.

For further information visit www.quirkyquarter.com

The Storybarn at The Reader

Calderstones Park Liverpool, L18 3JB

The Reader is a national charity that wants to bring about a Reading Revolution, so that everyone can experience and enjoy great literature.

Step into a prehistoric world and help discover the fossils of one of the oldest dinosaurs ever found in a story! Join The Reader for a roaring good time filled with play, storytelling and a take home dino inspired craft.

Best suited for children aged 4 – 9 but everyone’s welcome. Under 1s can for free but will still need to book a ticket. Session running time – 90 minutes.

For more information and to book please visit https://tickets.thereader.org.uk/sales/home

Liverpool Trampoline Gymnastics Academy

Viscount Centre, Gaskill Road, Hunts Cross, L24 9GS

Liverpool Trampoline Gymnastics Academy is a fun, safe, friendly, world-class family for everyone to enjoy, and this half term they have a holiday camp for ages 5–15 starting Monday, May 29th, until Friday, June 2nd!

Campers will enjoy the amazing facility that includes 10 Olympic trampolines, a sprung floor, a tumble track, a power track, and foam pits.

ALL abilities welcome to camp days and you can now book your place at www.liverpooltrampoline.co.uk/

Catalyst Museum

Mersey Road, Widnes WA8 0DF

Catalyst Museum is a unique interactive experience for all ages. With a host of interactive exhibits, museum archives, historical galleries, family shows and hands-on workshops, it brings a range of subjects to life from Science, Maths, Engineering and Technology to the Humanities and Geography. 

Visitors can explore the science and technology behind the chemical industry and its impact on our lives, past and present.

For further information visit www.catalyst.org.uk


Croxteth Park & Hall

Croxteth Hall Lane, Liverpool L12 0HB

There is nothing better than getting out in the fresh air and a wander around Liverpool’s Croxteth Park and Hall definitely does the trick.

The outdoor space is perfect for activities for all the family, from a kick about with a football, bike and scooter rides, dog walking, and if the whole family are looking to keep fit it’s the idea place to get your jog on!

Croxteth Park Farm is also located within the grounds and is a bargain of a price to enter and feed the animals.

Sefton Park

Sefton Park, Liverpool L17 1AP

Covering 200-arces, the beautiful Sefton Park offers not only tons of open green space to walk around, but there is also a lake to capture the amazing wildlife.

During your visit you can head over to the breath-taking Victoria glass Palm House, which houses over 200 plants some which are extremely rare.

Crosby Beach

Crosby, Liverpool L23 8SY

Liverpool’s Crosby Beach is renowned for being the permanent home to Antony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’ sculpture.

The stunning sandy beach has sand dunes and a promenade that the family can walk along while enjoying the beautiful coastline views. Also, plenty of opportunities to get them candid shots with the Iron Man sculptures.

Formby Beach

Victoria Road, Formby, Liverpool L37 1LJ

Offering acres of sandy beach, sand dunes and pine woodland, Formby Beach has plenty to keep the kids entertained.

With tons of open spaces, you can also make if a full family affair by bringing your four-legged furry friend. A wander around the woodlands is also perfect to keep all the family feeling zen.

TATE Liverpool

Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB

TATE Liverpool is bursting with amazing exhibitions, with a majority of them free to visit! Entry into the museum is also free for everyone and has something for all the family to enjoy.

Alongside the different exhibitions in the gallery spaces, TATE Liverpool also offers an array of workshops for the family to get stuck into this half term. Workshops include ‘Explore and Draw’ which runs daily from 10.00am-5.50pm where the family can get involved in drawing challenges.

Also during your visit why not capture some of them Insta worthy pics at Ugo Rondinone’s rainbow Liverpool Mountain!

For further information visit www.tate.org.uk

Museum of Liverpool

Pier Head, Mann Island, Liverpool L3 1DG

If taking a brisk walk down the Pier Head, why not pop into the Museum of Liverpool? Admission into the museum is free, with the museum offering a fascinating, diverse history of Liverpool for everyone to enjoy.

Children’s galleries include ‘Little Liverpool’ A hands-on fantasy world especially for children under the age of six to play and learn, the ‘Social and Community History’ collections strong in the areas of popular culture and entertainment, working life, labour history, politics and public health, perfect for the older kids.

For further information visit www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk



Getting around Liverpool City Region with the family has never been easier with a Merseyrail Family Ticket. A Family Ticket covers a family of up to 5, either 1 or 2 adults with children aged 5-15 for just £13 and gets you to all the places you need to go in the city region. From Southport to Wirral, over to Chester and around the City Centre, getting around has never been so easy. 

Mersey Ferries

No visit to Liverpool is complete without a trip on the famous Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey. Jump on board the River Explorer Cruise for a 50 minute tour across the Mersey. Guided expert commentary provides you with a whole host of facts about Liverpool and Wirral as you take in the beautiful views.

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