Take a trip to Liverpool this Easter half-term and enjoy a fun-packed visit for the whole family. 

Whether you’re visiting for the day or a long weekend, there are plenty of activities to fill your trip with memories that will last a lifetime. 

From Liverpool City Region's world famous attractions to some hidden gems, we love them all and are sure you will too!

Planning a trip with your friends for a cultural experience, wanting to learn more about the history of The Beatles or looking for ways to keep the kids entertained, we’ve got you covered with some ideas to pack out your itinerary below. 


Visit the home of Liverpool Football Club

Experience the magic of Liverpool Football Club at Anfield this Easter! Join in for a day filled with family-themed fun, games, and activities on the renowned Anfield Stadium Tour. Explore the iconic grounds where football history is made and maybe even have the chance to meet their beloved mascot, Mighty Red.

For the adventurous souls, take your excitement to new heights by abseiling 100ft down from the top of the Main Stand. Capture the moment with a photograph next to the famous Liverpool Crest, creating memories to last a lifetime!

Find out more about visiting Anfield Stadium Tours here. 


A person looking at a glass cabinet with LFC shirts and items in it.


Visit the Museum of Liverpool

Delve into Liverpool's cultural scene with a visit to the Museum of Liverpool's "Happiness!" exhibition. Immerse yourself in the life and legacy of one of the city's most beloved comedians, Ken Dodd, gaining a deeper understanding of his impact on Liverpool's humour and culture.

You can also explore the rest of the museum's free exhibitions which cover everything from the city’s history. Make sure to check out the Wondrous Place Gallery on the top floor which tells the story of Liverpool’s cultural icons across sport, music, film and art.

Find out more about the Happiness! Exhibition here. 


Inside the exhibition at Museum of Liverpool about Ken Dodd


Tate Liverpool x RIBA North

Find Tate Liverpool at their new temporary home in RIBA North at Mann Island whilst their home on Royal Albert Dock is being redeveloped. 

Visitors can enjoy two galleries and a family area, activities and their current exhibition ‘You Get A Car (Everybody Gets a Car): RESOLVE Collective’ created using material from Tate Liverpool until 14 July!

You can also fill your Easter holidays with free creative activities for the whole family - find out about them here. 


A person in Tate Liverpool next to an exhibition with photos on the wall.


Head on a River Explorer Cruise with Mersey Ferries

Embark on a scenic journey across the River Mersey with Mersey Ferries. Relax and soak in the breathtaking views of Liverpool and Wirral's iconic skylines during a leisurely 50-minute River Explorer Cruise, offering a unique perspective of the city's beauty. If you’re embarking at Liverpool Pier Head you can even get off at Wirral half way and explore what’s on offer there too!

Book your tickets to the Mersey Ferry tour here. 


A ferry on the River Mersey with the Liverpool skyline behind it.


Take in the sights of Liverpool Cathedral

Ascend to the top of Liverpool Cathedral's tower for unparalleled panoramic views of the cityscape. Marvel at the architectural grandeur while taking in sweeping vistas of Liverpool's skyline, offering a truly unforgettable experience.

Find out more about Liverpool Cathedral here. 


Inside Liverpool Cathedral .


Discover the history of the Fab Four at The Beatles Story

Step into the legendary world of The Beatles at The Beatles Story, located at the historic Royal Albert Dock. Immerse yourself in the captivating tale of Liverpool's most famous band, tracing their meteoric rise to fame and enduring legacy in music history.

Book your tickets to The Beatles Story here. 


Outside of the Beatles Story with the sign at the entrance.


Explore The Bluecoat

Discover a blend of art and culinary delights at The Bluecoat, housed in Liverpool's oldest building. Explore captivating exhibitions showcasing contemporary art while indulging in delicious food offerings, creating a perfect fusion of culture and cuisine.

Find out more about The Bluecoat here. 


Outside of Bluecoat Liverpool


Visit Sefton Park Palm House

Take a leisurely stroll through the enchanting botanical garden of Sefton Park Palm House. Engage in a new family trail designed to captivate visitors of all ages, and unleash your creativity with available craft workshops amidst the lush greenery.

Find out more about Sefton Park Palm House here. 


A large glass house in the middle of a park.


Head on a Magical Mystery Tour

Unravel the enchanting allure of The Beatles' legacy on the Magical Mystery Tour. Become immersed in the sights and sounds of Liverpool's musical heritage, journeying through iconic landmarks and reliving the magic of The Fab Four's era-defining music.

Find out more about the Magical Mystery Tour here. 


People getting on board the magical mystery tour

Visit the most famous club in the world - The Cavern Club

Experience the dynamic pulse of Liverpool's music scene at The Cavern Club, an iconic venue where The Beatles made history. From live performances to tribute acts, feel the energy of emerging talent and the enduring legacy of the Fab Four. Dive into the club's rich heritage with memorabilia tracing Liverpool's musical evolution, from the Merseybeat era to today. Whether you're a die-hard Beatles fan or a curious traveller, The Cavern Club offers an unforgettable journey through the heart of Liverpool's musical soul.

Find out more about The Cavern Club here


Inside The Cavern Club with a crowd of people watching someone on a stage.


Head on a wild adventure with Knowsley Safari

Embark on a brand new thrilling adventure through Bear Country at Knowsley Safari! Encounter the majestic Andean Bears in their natural habitat, observing their behaviours and learning about conservation efforts to protect these incredible creatures. 

With special talks and interactive experiences, visitors of all ages can gain a deeper understanding of wildlife preservation while enjoying an unforgettable safari experience.

Find out more about visiting Knowsley Safari here. 


A girl in a car with a lion looking through the glass window.


Discover the history of Port Sunlight Village

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the charm of Port Sunlight Village. Explore its rich history as a model village built for workers of the Lever Brothers soap factory in the late 19th century. Wander through picturesque streets lined with stunning architecture, visit the village museum to learn about its founding and development, and participate in the array of events hosted throughout the year, catering to the interests of the whole family.

Find out more about Port Sunlight Village here. 


Outside of Port Sunlight museum with flowers in the front and a sunset in the background.


Learn all about the history of British pop and rock at British Music Experience

Journey through the vibrant tapestry of British music history at the British Music Experience. Located in the historic Cunard Building on Liverpool’s waterfront, this immersive museum offers an unparalleled exploration of over 70 years of British rock and pop culture. From iconic instruments and stage costumes to interactive exhibits and exclusive memorabilia, visitors can relive the evolution of music genres and celebrate the enduring influence of British artists on the global music scene.

Find out more about British Music Experience here.


A person looking at a display of guitars in a display case.


Go above the city on the Royal Liver Building 360 Tour

Ascend to new heights with the Royal Liver Building 360 Tour, a must-see attraction in Liverpool. Marvel at the city's skyline from Liverpool's most iconic landmark as you journey to the top of the Royal Liver Building. Experience a fully immersive tour, offering panoramic views of the River Mersey, historic docks, and architectural marvels. With expert guides sharing fascinating insights into the building's history and significance, this tour promises a unique perspective on Liverpool's rich heritage.

Find out more about the Royal Liver Building 360 Tour here. 


People stood looking over the edge of the royal liver building.


Let us take you down to Strawberry Field

Venture beyond the iconic gates of Strawberry Field and discover the captivating history behind this beloved Beatles landmark. Explore the tranquil gardens that inspired John Lennon's legendary song, delve into the site's fascinating past as a Salvation Army children's home, and uncover the timeless tales woven into its fabric. With immersive exhibitions, interactive displays, and guided tours, visitors can delve into the enduring legacy of the Beatles and the cultural significance of Strawberry Field in Liverpool's history.

Find out more about Strawberry Field here. 


A band stand at Strawberry Field in the shape of a large drum.

Discover the wonders of the world at Eureka! Science & Discovery 

Prepare to embark on an unforgettable journey of discovery at Eureka! Science + Discovery, the exciting new family attraction situated on Wirral. From the wonders of the natural world to the marvels of modern technology, Eureka offers a hands-on exploration of science, innovation, and creativity for visitors of all ages. 

Uncover interactive exhibits, engage in thrilling experiments, and unleash your imagination in immersive learning environments. With captivating displays, educational workshops, and exciting events, Eureka promises an enriching experience that will spark curiosity and ignite a passion for discovery in every visitor.

Find out more about Eureka! Science & Discovery here. 


Two children looking at an exhibition at Eureka


Step into history at Western Approaches

Step into history and uncover the secrets of World War II at Western Approaches, where visitors can explore the hidden depths of a bunker beneath the streets of Liverpool. For a limited time, children can embark on this historical adventure for just £1, gaining access to the labyrinthine network of rooms and corridors that once served as the nerve centre for Britain's naval operations during the war. 

From decoding messages to plotting strategies, immerse yourself in the challenges faced by wartime heroes as you delve into the fascinating history of Western Approaches. With guided tours, interactive exhibits, and first hand accounts, this immersive experience offers a poignant reminder of the courage and sacrifice of those who served in the defence of freedom.

Find out more about Western Approaches here.  


Two young children looking over a map in Western Approaches.


See a show at M&S Bank Arena

For an unforgettable entertainment experience this Easter in Liverpool, head to the M&S Bank Arena. Whether you're a music enthusiast, comedy lover, or seeking family-friendly entertainment, the arena offers a diverse line up of events to suit every taste. From Cirque du Soleil: OVO to Beyond Van Gogh and Bluey’s Big Play, the M&S Bank Arena promises an electrifying atmosphere and unforgettable moments for all attendees.

See what's coming up at M&S Bank Arena here. 


Outside of M&S Bank Arena with people queuing


Travel to Liverpool with London Northwestern Railway

Experience convenient and affordable travel with London Northwestern Railway, offering seamless connections between Birmingham and Liverpool. With two trains running hourly from Monday to Friday during peak times and all day on Saturdays, travellers can enjoy flexibility and reliability on their journey. Plus, with advance bookings available at just £11.50, you can save on your fare while enjoying a comfortable and efficient rail service. 

Whether you're commuting for work or embarking on a weekend getaway, London Northwestern Railway ensures a stress-free travel experience that's both budget-friendly and convenient.

Book your tickets to Liverpool with London Northwestern Railway here.