Scroll down to see what there is to do at Tate Liverpool for families. We have free family activities and events all year round. Explore the galleries and take a break in our café.
Entry to Tate Liverpool is free for everyone with a charge for special exhibitions, with under 12s getting into exhibitions for free.
We are ready for you and your kids. We provide free buggy parking on the Ground Level – please ask at the ticket desk in the main entrance. You can breastfeed wherever you feel comfortable. There are baby-changing facilities in the basement, at Ground Level and on Level 1, near the Clore Learning Centre. Complete your trip to the shop to pick up pocket money gifts.
Visit some of the highlights from the nation’s collection of modern art for free
Activity packs and trails
Designed to help young children and their adults explore our collection display Constellations together, our backpack provides a number of arty activities. Become an explorer and play a spot game around the building using our specially designed prompt cards, look through fabulous view finders and investigate every gallery corner using torches! Pick up a free backpack in the foyer of the gallery.
Games to play in the gallery
You don’t need to be an expert to look at or talk about art. Don’t feel you have to ‘get it’ to enjoy it – take whatever you like from a piece.
You and your family can try these activities in any of the galleries. Remember it's ok to talk at Tate! It's ok to make some noise!
Strike a pose
Get your child to secretly choose an artwork with a person in it. Once they have looked carefully at the pose, find a space in the room and encourage them to try to recreate the pose. The rest of the group can then try and spot the artwork the pose came from
Give us a clue
Encourage your child to find a portrait in the gallery that reminds them of someone in your group; someone famous; someone you all know (perhaps a neighbour or a friend). With the help of clues, the rest of the group can guess the chosen person
See it from their perspective
Get down to your child’s height and see what they see. The change in eye-level might make you think and feel differently