Monday, 30 July 2018

A Day Trip to Liverpool

Famed for its picturesque waterfront, cultural attractions, musical influence and packed events programme Liverpool is a popular city and one I wish to visit. If we were to do a day trip we would make sure to be up early to travel there and make the most of he day exploring. Liverpool isn't all just about The Beatles or the football team but is a family friendly city to explore. 

I like to be organised so one of the important things I would do before going is sort out travel arrangements and check out https://www.liverpool-one.com/visit-liverpool/ so that I could plan our day out and visit the places we want to. I thought I'd share with you below some of places I'd want us to visit.



Albert Dock
The Albert Dock is  Liverpool’s World Heritage Site waterfront. Featuring the largest collection of Grade 1 listed buildings in the country as well as a huge collection of museums, restaurants and bars! The views are meant to be amazing too so it's a must see when visiting Liverpool even if you are just going for a stroll with an ice cream.

The Beatles Story
As a fan of The Beatles I'd definitely want to fit in a trip to the The Beatles Story exhibition.  Be transported on a wonderful journey learning about the famous four's story of how they were propelled into fame. Experience the places that helped make The Beatles, the greatest band in the world with Replicas of the Casbah, Mathew Street and The Cavern.

Museum of Liverpool
There are quite a few museums in liverpool however the one that stands out to me is the Museum of liverpool. The museum celebrates the city's unqiue history and culture
inside  you'll find a "Little Liverpool" gallery, featuring activities to keep children seven and under occupied.  Each child's session lasts about 30 minutes and is a great introduction to the museum.

Mattel Play
After visiting some of the museum,  at the Albert Dock is Mattel Play which is a themed play area. This is an ideal place for children and would be ideal for helping Blake to burn off some steam. With themed zones such as Bob the builder, Thomas and friends and Fireman Sam 


Liverpool One
Last of all would be a trip to Liverpool One so that we could hit the shops and then head to one of the many restaurants for dinner before heading home. Liverpool One has more than 170 shops, bars and restaurants across five districts right at the heart of Liverpool city centre.




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