Family visits

girls in the museum, laughing and trying on hats

© Mark McNulty

logo with text: Winner 2019 Large Museum Category, Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award

Baby changing and prams

There are baby changing facilities on the ground floor. 

There is a buggy park on the ground floor, where prams and pushchairs can be left.

Breast feeding is encouraged and supported in the Museum of Liverpool.

breastfeeding

Waterfront café

A children's menu and bottle warming facilities are available in the Waterfront café on the ground floor.

Trail

Download and follow the Liver bird trail round the museum. Please note that the Wondrous Place gallery is not currently part of the trail.

Things to do

Little Liverpool is a hands-on gallery specially for visitors under the age of six. Up to 50 people at a a time can enjoy the gallery - a maximum of 35 children and 15 adults (please do not leave your children unattended). Entry is by a free timed ticket, which can be collected from the welcome desk on the day of your visit.

Temporary gallery closure

spider holding pieces of a broken plateThe Little Liverpool gallery is closed while we fix a few things from 4 November until the end of December 2019.

However there is still plenty to keep our youngest visitors entertained in the rest of the museum - take a look at our What's on page to find out about each day's activities.

Our Family e-newsletter has details of our free family exhibitions, events and activities.  A large print version is also available.

  When I was little 

When I was little is an activity for young children aged three to seven and grandparents (or older friends or relatives) to do together on a visit to the Museum of Liverpool. Borrow a backpack from the welcome desk when you arrive. Each backpack contains activities to help you explore the museum together and share your memories, plus an album for you to keep.

Children are encouraged to ask their nanas and grandads about their own childhood and the objects they see together in museum displays, then write or draw their findings in the album. At the end of the visit the album is yours to take home as a keepsake.

Backpacks can be borrowed from the welcome desk at any time, free of charge, for up to two hours, subject to availability on the day.