I am from Liverpool and when Meme was younger we used to spend a day there every week, visiting the Liverpool museum and pottering around galleries. Liverpool really is a wonderful city with so much to do and the Liverpool Museum for preschoolers is great.
When Meme started school I wanted to make sure that me and Harri still had lots of fun. We still want to go on lots of adventures. The school day is so fast it could be so easy just to waste the time doing nothing. We do fill our weeks with lots of exciting things but for some reason we don’t go to Liverpool very often.
So today when a friend asked if we wanted to go the Museum of Liverpool for a play date. We jumped at the chance. We had such an amazing time. The museum is lovely, full of history, sports, fashion, music, architecture…the list goes on. Every time I go I always think to myself, I must come back without the girls so I can have a good look around and read all about this amazing city. It makes me feel so proud to be from Liverpool.
What is there for children to do at the Liverpool Museum?
The Liverpool Museum for preschoolers is the perfect place to go especially during rainy days. There is a designated section called Little Liverpool. This area is full of activities for little ones. In fact throughout the museum you find fun little interactive toys for Children to play with. Harri had a great time and asked when we could come back.
When I saw the statues of the fab four I couldn’t help but take a picture of Harri with them – the fab five!