The luxury of urban Chic Apartments are a stone’s throw from the Mersey Ferries are part of Liverpool folklore today, thanks largely to Gerry and the Pacemakers hit song that you may hear, often That immortalized them indefinitely. Along with the Peak Time Shuttle, which is only a ten minute sprint across the river to Sercombe, down to Woodside, and then back to the Pier Head, the Mersey Ferries also provide a far more family friendly River Explorer Cruise Adult return: 5.30, Child 5-15: 2.95 or Family ticket of two adults and 3 children: 14.15. The journey lasts around 50 minutes and departs between 10am and 3pm weekdays, on the hour, from the Pier Head. Your return ticket permits you return throughout the day and to disembark the Ferry.
This Liverpool Children Entertainment is particularly useful for families, as it lets you take in Sercombe in Spaceport. This 10m attraction is themed on Space and Space travel and whilst it is largely directed at 7 year olds and over, it is fantastic entertainment for the entire family, combining an assortment of interactive hands on displays with amazing audio visual experiences, which will take an enjoyable few hours to love fully Adults: 9.50, Children 3-15: 6.50, Concessions: 7. Family Ticket 2 adults and 3 children: 26.50. For younger children there is also the Play World Area. A soft-play area designed primarily for younger children where they could clamber and fling themselves around like crazed dervishes, in full safety, for only 2.70. A restaurant is for a few refreshments. This will make it possible for your family and you to recover your energy evading capture by the Dales.
Further down the On the River Explorers stop, is Woodside From here you can have a stroll to Birkenhead Priory, where Benedictine Monks obtained the charter from Edward II to run a Ferry service across to Liverpool. The Priory is the oldest standing building on Merseyside and while children may not enjoy its value, or significance it is a spot for those who have imagination. Ideal for a Scooby Doo experience Or maybe looking for Blackbeard’s treasures the Birkenhead Pirate A riverside café is located to quell the nerves out of the adventure.