Things To Do In Liverpool Including Dinosaurs At Liverpool ONE
Liverpool is a city with so much to do, you’ll probably be stuck trying to decide between all the wonderful attractions!
Below are some of the top attractions in Liverpool starting with Liverpool ONE.
For Shoppers – Liverpool One
Dinosaurs have ‘invaded’ Liverpool ONE and they’re going to be sticking around for a while.
There are lots of free events for all the family to enjoy and if you download the app, you can hatch dinosaur eggs, feed your dinosaurs and learn loads of interesting dinosaur facts.
There are over 170 shops, bars and restaurants and 18 cinema screens at the Odeon.
If you’re a fan of the Beatles and let’s face it, most of us are, a trip to the Beatles statue is a must.
It was made by sculptor Andy Edwards and was based on a 1963 photo shoot.
Choose one of the many parks available in Liverpool or go for a paddle at Crosby, Formby or New Brighton Beach.
Sefton Park is a grade 1 listed, 235-acre park and is the perfect place to take the family for a picnic. There are lots of different events at Palm House and a playground to keep the children entertained.
If you wanted to make an afternoon of it, you could visit Calderstones Park and Otterspool promenade after your walk around Sefton Park.
A visit to the Central Library is a must for all book lovers. This library boasts a cafe, discovery room and XBOXES for the children and wonderful views of Liverpool from the rooftop.
Be sure to check out what’s in advance so you can take advantage of hosted storytelling and themed days.
Art Galleries and Museums
No matter what your taste, there’s an art gallery or museum for you including:
- Museum of Liverpool
- Tate Liverpool
- International Slavery Museum
- Open Eye Gallery
- World Museum
- Walker Art Gallery
- Lady Lever Art Gallery
You might be better going for a long weekend rather than a day so you pack in everything you want to see on your trip to Liverpool.
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