5 Things To Do in Liverpool

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If you happen to be travelling around this fantastic city with your young ones then there are plenty of ideal places for the kids to enjoy in and around Liverpool. One of which is Merseyside’s wildest day out at Knowsley Safari Park.

With over 700 wild animals and a 550 acre Safari Drive it’s a great day out for all the family. It’s open all year round and if you’re kids are ages between 8 and 11 there’s even some special close animal experiences which they can get involved with during the summer period.



With the city being the home of the sensational mop topped Fab Four, John, Paul, George and Ringo, a visit to Liverpool surely wouldn’t be complete without a trip to The Beatles Story Exhibition.

The award-winning attraction can found at Liverpool’s famous Albert Dock and Pier Head and takes a trip through the life and times of the famous Brit rock band.

BEATLES Penny Lane


For those seeking a little more a cultured and educational trip whilst they’re staying in Liverpool may wish to swing by the World Museum.

The museum includes a Natural History centre and also a planetarium. It’s free to enter and it’s filled to the rafters with some amazing collections and exhibits for you to enjoy, such as archaeological and Egyptology type artefacts.


For fans of the mighty reds it will most definitely be worth your while to swing by the Liverpool FC Club Museum and Tour.

Go behind the scenes at the legendary Anfield stadium and visit the press room, peek inside the player’s dressing rooms, and of course make sure you place your hand on the famous ‘This is Anfield’ sign.

There is the additional bonus being able to be shown around by a bonafide club legend such as ex-Liverpool striker John Aldridge, defender Phil Thompson or even Jan Molby.



Famous for hosting the annual Grand National, the world famous Aintree Racecourse is another excellent attraction which is found just outside the great city of Liverpool.

The jockey club course regularly hosts a number of top flight horse races as well a number of events and festivities all year round. Aside from family fun days they also have live music race nights.


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