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Free places to visit with the kids in Liverpool

Finding things to entertain the kids can be difficult especially if you’ve exhausted all your usual places and if you’re on a tight budget.

But more often than not there are places to go and things to see that are right on your doorstep that you may not have thought of.

With that in mind - here are some brilliant places that you can take the kids and not have to spend a penny!

Albert Dock, Liverpool

The Albert Dock in Liverpool has a buzzing atmosphere with lots to see and do including free museums and an art gallery

Museum of Liverpool

Discover amazing things to do and see with the kids at Museum of Liverpool

Tate Liverpool

Pick up a free rocket explore backpack during your visit to Tate Liverpool art gallery with lots to discover

Kids eat free
World Museum, Liverpool

Liverpool’s World Museum is one of the most amazing places to visit and it’s even better because it’s free, although visitors can make a small donation.

Pier Head, Liverpool

Liverpool's impressive Pier Head is home to the city's iconic skyline and and is a great place to visit with the family

Otterspool Adventure, Liverpool

Head to Otterspool Adventure Centre for a fun and active day out with the kids

Rice Lane City Farm, Walton, Liverpool

Rice Lane City Farm might just be Liverpool’s best-kept secret, a countryside oasis in the midst of Walton

Festival Gardens, Otterspool

Festival Gardens in Otterspool is a beautiful, calm, open space with exotic pagodas and oriental gardens, the ideal place for a relaxing stroll with the family

Bidston Hill, Wirral

Enjoy a climb up to one of the highest points in Wirral

Otterspool Promenade and Park, Liverpool

With beautiful views across the River Mersey, Otterspool Promenade and Park in South Liverpool is a great place to take the kids

Central Library, Liverpool

If you’ve never visited Central Library in Liverpool before you’re in for a treat

Hoylake Beach, Wirral

Head to Hoylake Beach in Wirral to fly a kite or explore the Grace Darling driftwood pirate ship

Southport Pier

You can’t beat a day out at the seaside, so why not head to Southport Pier? Take a stroll along the boardwalk or take a ride on the mini train.

Merseyside Maritime Museum, Liverpool

Merseyside Maritime Museum at the Albert Dock is packed full of hundreds of artefacts linked to Liverpool's rich maritime history

Crosby Beach, Sefton

You can't beat a trip to the Crosby Beach in Sefton - it's home to 100 cast iron statues which never fail to amaze

The Bluecoat, Liverpool

The Bluecoat in Liverpool is popular with creative families with free activities and trails for them to enjoy while the grown-ups enjoy a cuppa in the cafe

Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

If you have a budding photographer on your hands then the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool will give them lots of inspiration.