Treat the kids to a special afternoon tea at one of Liverpool’s best, and tallest, restaurants, and enjoy tea and cake with fantastic views over the surrounding area.
Take the spooky Hope Street Shivers tour and discover everything from John Lennon’s house to historic tales of the Black Plague, ending up in the cemetery of the Gothic Anglican cathedral.
Jump on the famous Mersey ferry and explore this famous port by boat. The youngsters will love the tales of smuggling and adventure, and you can grab a hot chocolate if it’s chilly on deck.
Ancestral home of the Earls of Sefton, Croxteth Hall is a historic house that dates back to 1575. It’s set within a country park where you’ll also find a working farm, nature reserve and Victorian walled garden.
Discover the history of Liverpool at this brilliant city museum. It has everything from the Cheshire Hoard of Roman and iron-age relics to the Huxley Hoard of Viking silver, and exhibitions on life in Liverpool through the ages. There’s also plenty of Beatles memorabilia!
Climb onto Liverpool’s big wheel and see the city from above! You’ll rise to 60 metres high in one of the wheel’s 42 air-conditioned capsules so you can take in the River Mersey, the waterfront and the Welsh Mountains in style.