Liverpool’s culture scene certainly rivals that of London. A fantastic range of museums and art galleries all have family-focused areas and activities. There’s plenty of fun and games to be found in this friendly city too. Whether you have an active toddler or an energetic six year old, you won’t be stuck for ideas on a rainy day!

Therefore, BabyBreaks has done the hard work for you, and researched the Top Best Things to Do in Liverpool with your Children.

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Restaurants & Cafes

1. Spring City

Liverpool’s first trampoline park is situated on Brunswick Docks. It is home to almost 100 trampolines, basketball nets, dodge ball courts and a large café. The trampolines are suitable for children aged 4 and over (as well as adults!). In addition, there is an excellent soft play area for younger ones too. In other words, a fantastic place for kids to expend their endless energy!

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2. World Museum

Spread over five floors, this family-focused museum offers a huge range of treasures from around the world. That will certainly get young minds engaged and excited. And guess what…It’s free!*

Explore Egyptian mummies, dinosaur remains and a Planetarium. Also Hands-on activities and special workshops run throughout the year. Check the website for up to date events.

*some exhibitions and workshops may be charged

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3. Mattel Play

Young children will love this interactive, indoor play centre. Mattel play is based around Thomas the Tank Engine, Bob the Builder and Fireman Sam. The three play zones bring these much-loved cartoons to life. Your kids will love being able to climb aboard the rides and get up close to their favourite characters. Explore the three play zones, making sure to snap lots of memorable photos along the way!

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4. Imagine That!

A unique space for children’s creativity to come alive. Imagine That has many different areas including a construction site, art area, water area and a science zone. Let their minds explore and their hands get dirty! Imagine That is popular with school groups during term times. However there are dedicated toddler sessions where little ones can run around without the crowds.

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5. The Climbing Hanger

Kids are great natural climbers and this is the perfect place to show those monkey skills. The Little Hangar is for children aged 4 to 7, however younger children are welcome too. In addition to the beginner’s climbing wall, there’s a pirate ship, crawling tunnels and slides to explore. However, children must be supervised by yourself at all times. The centre also offers children’s climbing classes taken by a professional instructor, don’t miss it!

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Visiting Liverpool with your kids is the perfect opportunity for a your Family Holiday.

Which of these activities in Liverpool will you choose?

Liverpool has lots of restaurant which welcome children, a host of outdoor family activities and  great family friendly hotels & holiday rentals.

Are you looking to be inspired to visit Liverpool for your next family break? just visit our different pages to find what this beautiful city has to offer.

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