As Liverpool enters into another national lockdown from 6 January 2021, VisitLiverpool encourages our visitors and friends to follow the government's advice surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) which you can read here. 

Below you will find a selection of activities you can download to do with your family. From quizzes to colouring sheets, wordsearches and other activities, there is plenty to keep the whole family entertained during lockdown, they are also educational too!

We'll keep adding more acitivies to do at home over the coming weeks so make sure you check back to see what else you can get up to. 


Click to download the quizzes. Our quizzes are only 10 questions for each catagory so you might want to download a few for the ultimate Liverpool quiz. The answers are listed on the 3/4 pages. 


Click on each link to download and print off our Liverpool colouring sheets. Once you've coloured them in tweet us your finished masterpieces to @VisitLiverpool with #VisitLiverpoolLater and we'll share our favourites. 





If you’re missing our wonderful museums during lockdown there are plenty of ways to explore them from home with National Museums Liverpool’s online resources. There is everything from learning resources to virtual classrooms with content from across 8 museums! It’s perfect for helping with home schooling too. For more information visit their website here.


We’re unable to visit The Beatles Story at the moment to learn all about the biggest band in the world but that doesn't mean we can’t bring The Beatles Story to you. Have a look at their website for a whole host of teacher resources perfect for homeschooling. From music to english, history, art and even a bit of PE there are loads of activities for the kids to be getting up to. 


Tate Liverpool may currently be closed but there are loads of ways you can get involved with arts and crafts at home with the help of Tate Kids on their website. From making puppets to experimenting with collage, learning to paint like Turner, art quizzes and facts about famous artists, learning about art at home during lockdown will be lots of fun with Tate Liverpool. 


During the first national lockdown Western Approaches put together a series of history lessons surrounding WW2 aimed at primary school children which were perfect for homeschooling. The lessons featured everything from life during the war, a tour of the secret bunker, coding and morse code, all of which you can still find on their website here.  


Mersey Ferries have put together a whole selection of fun activities for the kids to do at home. From a Dazzle Ferry colouring sheet to a history quiz, spot the difference and word search. Have a look at their website here to download them all.


Knowsley Safari are bringing back their live stream safari sessions live to your home! Featuring real-time interactive experiences, question and answer sections, behind the scenes footage, live experiments and demonstrations and ways to keep fit they have lots on offer to keep the kids entertained whilst learning at home. Find out more about Home Safari Live on their website here.


Liverpool Biennial have put together a whole host of activities for the kids to do as part of their homeschooling covering different parts of the curriculum. From English, to science, maths, art and geography across a range of key stages, there are loads to keep the kids busy. You can find all the resources on their website here. 

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World Museum
Entrance to the World Museum from above featuring yellow, red, green and blue hanging banners and a giant skeleton of a flying type dinosaur.

From the sea to the stars, a visit to World Museum reveals millions of years of the Earth’s history through thousands of exhibits and hands-on activities.

Museum of Liverpool
Museum of Liverpool's 'Window with a View' Winner. A huge glass window that looks out across the Pier Head. On the wall next to the window is a life-s

The Museum of Liverpool has now opened following the lockdown period. The Museum of Liverpool is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city and the largest newly-built national museum in Britain for more than a century.

International Slavery Museum
The exterior of the warehouse building that the Slavery Museum is located inside.

The International Slavery Museum is located within Liverpool's Albert Dock, inside the Merseyside Maritime Museum building.

Maritime Museum
The exterior of the warehouse buildings that the Merseyside Maritime Museum is inside. Outside the museum within the wet dock is a traditional tall sh

Submerge yourself in Liverpool’s historic seafaring past at the Maritime Museum.

The Beatles Story
A mock up Cavern Club stage. The middle of the stage features the iconic 'The Beatles' bass drum and 3 guitars.

The award-winning ‘The Beatles Story’ is the world's largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to telling the story of The Beatles’ rise to fame.

Tate Liverpool
Ugo Rondinone Liverpool Mountain 2018 - a stack of rainbow coloured boulders next to the TATE warehouse building.

Welcome to the home of British and international modern and contemporary art in the North; Tate Liverpool. Aren’t we lucky?

Western Approaches HQ
Western Approaches Map Room

Explore the amazing secret World War II underground Headquarters an intricate labyrinth of rooms, once a top-secret nerve centre in 1940s wartime Britain.

Mersey Ferries
Boat Trip
Mersey Ferry on the river with the Liverpool skyline in the background

San Francisco has its cable cars, New York has its yellow cabs… and Liverpool has its world famous Mersey Ferries.