Listings in Children Welcome
Whether you are looking for a cafe in Wirral, an indoor play centre in St Helens, a playground in Knowsley, a museum in Liverpool, ideas for a great family day out in Sefton or a swimming pool in Cheshire all of our listings will be Children Welcome
The Brink is Liverpool’s only and the UK’s first dry-bar a great place to eat, drink, hang out and meet up – without the booze.
15 - 21 Parr Street
Liverpool, Liverpool L1 4JN
National Museums Liverpool will be carrying out essential internal works to the Museum of Liverpool, which will require the venue to be closed for a period of several weeks and it will re-open in late February 2017.
Liverpool, Liverpool L3 1DG
Catalyst is an interactive science centre and museum devoted to chemistry and how the products of chemistry are used in every day life.
Widnes, Cheshire WA8 0DF
Southport's indoor all weather water park Dunes Splash World is kept at a constant 84 degrees Fahrenheit which makes it a great place to visit no matter what the weather is like outside.
Southport, Sefton PR8 1RX
The Lady Lever Art Gallery houses one of the most beautiful collections of fine and decorative art in the UK and includes many world famous Pre Raphaelite artworks, Chinese ceramics and Wedgwood Jasperware.
Port Sunlight Village
Port Sunlight, Wirral CH62 5EQ
An historical estate with a neo-classical mansion, 50 acres of landscaped gardens, 1000 acres of deer park, a rare breed farm and medieval Old Hall.
The Grosvenor Museum houses collections exploring the history of Chester, its art and silver heritage, and its natural history.
27 Grosvenor Street
Chester, Cheshire CH1 2DD
FREE After-School activities for children aged 6 and over, every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
130 St Anne Street
Birkenhead, Wirral CH41 3HX
Fancy a thrilling day out taking in some stunning safari sights? Pay a visit to Knowsley Safari Park who pride themselves on being the friendliest and most exciting safari park in the UK.
Knowsley Safari Park
Prescot, Knowlsey L34 4AN
Central Park has three formal gardens; the two rose gardens behind Liscard Hall, and the Walled garden beside the Ranger’s Office at the end of the main drive.