Amazing activities this Easter half term

Keep youngsters entertained this Easter half term with the dock’s diverse selection of cultural and immersive activities. From setting sail at Maritime Museum to making a splash at Wild Shore, enjoy heaps of family fun at Royal Albert Dock.

Become a master of bubbles with our free workshops

On 13th and 14th April, learn the art of bubble making with world-record holder, Ray Bubbles. Bursting with fun for children aged 6-12 years old, learn bubble tips and ticks as well as experiencing being inside a gigantic bubble with 10 free sessions available on the dock.

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Make a splash with Wild Shore

The dock’s adored aqua centre reopens its waters on Saturday 9th April. Boasting a whole host of activities, wave goodbye to boredom and hello to family fun. Bounce, splash and slide your way through the Aqua Park, explore the idyllic dock waters with Stand Up Paddle Boarding or glide around the grounds on a Pedalo.

Travel through time at The Beatles Story

Liverpool and The Beatles go together like Royal Albert Dock and its colonnades. Now home to a brand new exhibition featuring an exclusive notebook belonging to The Beatles’ Tour Manager Mal Evans, learn about the Fab Four’s journey to fame with The Beatles Story. Youngsters can also get crafty on 12th April with the chance to create their own Beatles-themed Easter egg.

Broaden your mind with Tate Liverpool

Explore more than 80 works at Tate Liverpool’s newest and captivating display, Journeys Through the Tate Collection, which examines how artists and art movements have been impacted by the global movement of people through the 20th century and beyond. For young creatives inspired by the exhibition, visit the Tate Liverpool’s Creation Station between 9th-23rd April and produce your own masterpiece worthy of being framed.

Set sail at Maritime Museum

This Easter half term, visit Maritime Museum and enjoy its overflowing list of drop-in activities to mark the 110th anniversary of the Titanic’s unfortunate fate. Learn about life onboard the infamous ship, from the fashion choices of passengers and crew to fictional character accounts of the moments leading up to the voyage’s end.

Explore untold stories with the International Slavery Museum

Working in collaboration with Migrant Artists Mutual Aid (MaMa), the International Slavery Museum has developed an immersive soundscape in the Dr Martin Luther King Building. The pop-up exhibition features images projected onto an installation of ship sails and highlights the history of transatlantic trade and responds to the survivors of modern slavery.

Beat the Clock at Escape Hunt

Transporting you from the dusty deserts of the Wild West to the warrior-filled lands of ancient Japan, a trip to Escape Hunt is a trip around the globe. With just 60 seconds on the timer, those aged eight-years-old and over can step into an adventure like no other with five immersive games to search for the signs and solve the clues for a chance to escape. Time’s ticking…