Half Term Fun in Liverpool
It’s half term in Liverpool this week and we’ve got a great guide that promises to keep the boredom at bay and have your little (and big) ones, begging you not to send them back to school!
The Narnia Experience in St George’s Hall looks completely magical and is an event not to be missed! Taking place in St George’s Hall, it is an interactive experience with a cast of 400, creating the characters from the popular children’s books and films. The tickets are quite reasonably prices, at £20 for a family of 5 at off peak time. Click here to get your tickets to the event.
From today until Wednesday, the VG&M museum are collaborating with Liverpool Cathedral for an ‘animal safari,’ offering lots of craft and ‘hands on’ activities. Entry is free and you can just turn up on the day to join in with the fun.
Fact will be celebrating their tenth birthday on Saturday with a family fun day of party games and art activities. Entry is free and open to the whole family.
Liverpool museums are brilliant at putting on a huge variety of activities and this half term is no different. There are pirate themed workshops and viking adventures at the Maritime museum, star gazing at the World museum and African mask making on offer, all for free! Full listings can be found here.
For older children or fashion fanatics, Sudley House has a lovely exhibition on 20th Century fashion and its development through two world wars, feminism and advances in technology. History and style in one easy step!
So have lots of fun this half term and make the most of all our great Liverpool attractions and museums!
Love from The Liverpool Gift Company.