From a ‘Choc-tastic’ Afternoon Tea to a divine Sunday roast dinner in Stanley’s Bar & Grill, spend an unforgettable Easter weekend with Titanic Hotel Liverpool. With the city also boasting an array of Easter celebrations, explore Liverpool and the surrounding regions for a fun-filled time with family and friends.
Soak up the sun in Sefton Park
With spring in full effect, there’s no better time to enjoy Liverpool’s parks while they’re in bloom. Those looking to get back in touch with nature can’t go wrong with the Grade I listed park, thanks to its size, Fairy Glen waterfalls and rippling boating lake. Sefton Park is also home to the unmissable Palm House, an elegant Victorian glass venue inviting visitors inside for free with its exotic flora.
Feed Your Mind with Royal Albert Dock Liverpool
Starting at Titanic Hotel, head south and let the Mersey guide you to one of Liverpool’s most historic landmarks, Royal Albert Dock. This Easter, the attraction is encouraging visitors to learn new skills, see new exhibitions and taste new flavours with Feed Your Mind. From the captivating artworks at Tate Liverpool to chocolate Easter specials from the bars and restaurants, there's something for the whole family to enjoy.
Head to Otterspool Adventure for an Easter Wonderland
Visit Otterspool Adventure between the 9th-24th April for an Easter extravaganza that’s guaranteed to put a smile on any youngster’s face. Transforming the city’s favourite play centre, enjoy a mesmerising parade, capture the memories with a photo alongside the Easter Bunny, and get close to nature with a spring-time petting zoo.
Indulge in some retail therapy at Liverpool ONE
From high street to high end, the city’s beloved shopping district boasts items to suit every taste and budget. Home to Ted Baker, Kiehl’s, Waterstones and so much more, a visit to one of the largest open-air shopping centres in the UK is just a short car ride away from Titanic Hotel or a blissful walk along the waterfront. Whether you’re set to splash the cash or simply want to window shop, Liverpool ONE is a great day out.
Sit back at relax in one of Liverpool’s theatres
If you take a trip into the heart of Liverpool, you’re guaranteed to spot at least one theatre. With the city known for a broad variety of venues and productions, it’s no surprise that Easter weekend is packed with shows perfect for the whole family. Based on the beloved children’s classic, take your little ones to The Tiger Who Came To Tea at Liverpool Playhouse, or watch the West End Smash Hit, Six at Liverpool Empire.