Things To Do In Liverpool For Kids

With plenty of open spaces, fresh air, and being close to the water, Liverpool City Centre is a fabulous place. While it is a vibrant and outgoing city in the North of England, where you can expect fabulous restaurants, bars, and shops, it is also an iconic location rich in maritime and musical history.

The idea of booking a Liverpool hotel for a couple of nights to explore the city with the family sounds great, once all the lockdown restrictions have been lifted, I have been researching the area, finding fun things to do with all the children, check out what i’ve found and don’t forget to bookmark this post for when we can all travel safely.

Things To Do In Liverpool For Kids

Nerf Centre Liverpool

 

This sounds SO cool, and perfect for all of the family, imagine having a place to have a nerf gun battle without them getting lost down the back of the sofa or trying to get them out of the dogs mouth! The Nerf centre is the new brainchild of the Ultimate Indoor Paintball Group. They have pulled out all the stops on safety with fully padded crash mat walls, flooring and obstacles ensuring your very own little soldier can do all the commando rolls and army crawls he or she wants.

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Air Unlimited Liverpool

 

Another activity that will save the furniture in the house, no more jumping on the bed when you can visit Air Unlimited, Air Unlimited has something Amazing for everybody. Whether you bounce, Slide, Run or Jump around, it is adrenaline fuelled fun for the whole family! Air unlimited grip socks must be worn and can be purchased for £1.95. All Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by a paying adult on the park at all times.

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Blue Planet Aquarium

 

There is no doubt we, as a family have missed visiting places that you can get up close and personal with animals and sea creatures, so i’d be keen to visit the Blue Planet Aquarium, home to more than 100 living displays of sharks, seahorses, starfish and many more. Take a wander through the Underwater Shark Tunnel and watch as a kaleidoscope of sharks and fish swim over your head, explore the colourful Coral Cave, then discover the exotic freshwater fish of South America in our Flooded Forest.

World museum

Fascinated by all the things this world has to offer, then the World Museum in Liverpool is the ideal place to satisfy that curiosity. There are many exhibits focus on history and the ever-changing natural world, ready for you to explore and experience. With interactive exhibitions and plenty of opportunities to learn, this is a lovely indoor attraction suitable for the whole family.

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Merseyside Maritime Museum

Liverpool has a rich maritime history, and if this is of interest to you, or there is curiosity surrounding the ships and industry that was led through the sea, canals, and estuary, then the Merseyside Maritime Museum is the place to go. Usually, there are a lot of family-focused activities and trails that you can enjoy. Looking online will be able to give you the most up to date information of current exhibitions and trails you and the family can get involved with

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Knowsley Safari park

For any families that are animal lovers and want to experience seeing some of the most amazing creatures that walk the earth in a unique way, then Knowsley Safari Park is your answer. Driving around the park you will be up close to some of the most well-loved animals including giraffes and lions. You can also experience the park differently by heading out of your car and into the park on foot where you can enjoy the animals as well as some great attractions and things to do. A great day out for the whole family.

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Museum of Liverpool

Another museum and one that is large in size and with the number of artifacts and history housed within it. The Museum of Liverpool is the world’s first museum dedicated to the city it resides in. This museum features history and back catalogues of information surrounding Liverpool. Whether you are a Northerner or just someone who has an interest in regional history, this is a great indoor attraction the whole family can get on board with.

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Chester Zoo

Another great day out for the whole family for anyone young or old who loves animals is the iconic Chester Zoo. S short drive outside of Liverpool city centre but well worth it. In Chester Zoo you have the main park full of animals including elephants, lions, tigers, and giraffes. But they also showcase themes each year, some have included walking with dinosaurs or taking a trip to Asia. A great day out that the whole family can enjoy.

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The Beatles Story

The Beatles Story is the world’s largest permanent exhibition dedicated to the music legends that are The Beatles. It is devoted to telling the story of the rise to fame The Beatles experienced, as well as showcasing some of the band’s well-known and much-loved memorabilia. Whether you love the band or not, any music fan will appreciate this and kids will find it fascinating.

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Imagine That! Science and Discovery centre

If you are a family with children up to the age of 10, then Imagine That! Science and Discovery Centre is a great day out and attraction to embrace. With 15,000 square feet of science, imagination, construction and art activities, and exhibitions to discover, you are bound to find something of interest.

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Liverpool One

Liverpool One is a great location to hunt around the high streets and designer shops and is ideal with children if you are looking for something a little more laid back. There is also a selection of independent boutique stores, so you may find something a little different and unusual.

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Birkenhead Park

If you are a fan of wide-open spaces and greenery, where you can explore woods, as well as amazing play areas the kids will thank you for, then heading to Birkenhead Park is a great option to consider. An excellent location that can blow off the cobwebs and enable you to spend some quality time together.

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Mersey Ferries

While in Liverpool, you can’t not jump on a Mersey Ferry. This gives you and the whole family the chance to take in the city of Liverpool from a different perspective. They offer cross-rover services so that you can also encounter other aspects of the region.

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Everton Football Club

Things to do in Liverpool - Everton Fc Stadium

For any football fan, visiting an iconic football stadium is one not to be missed. So taking a tour of Everton Football Club could be just what you want to do with the kids. A great option if you are a fan of the blue side of Liverpool.

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Liverpool Football Club

Things To Do in Liverpool For Kids - liverpool FC Stadium

For any football fan, visiting an iconic football stadium is one not to be missed. So taking a tour of Liverpool Football Club could be just what you want to do with the kids. A great one if you are a fan of the red side of Liverpool.

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These are just a few of the places to visit with children whilst visiting Liverpool, which one would you choose to go to first ?

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