Merseyrail have your Easter Bank Holiday travel sorted…for less than £2
Liverpool is bursting with events and attractions this Easter Bank Holiday and whichever side of the Mersey you’re on, Merseyrail will get you from A to B and back again, for just £1.95 return.
Watch your guide to all of the action on Merseyside this Easter with Merseyrail above.
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Here’s our top 6 Easter events and attractions to experience with Merseyrail this Bank Holiday weekend.
1 – Liverpool Spring Food, Drink & Lifestyle Festival, Sefton Park
A £1.95 return ticket with Merseyrail will leave you with plenty of buck to spend sampling the regions best food and drink vendors at the Liverpool Spring Food, Drink and Lifestyle Festival at Sefton Park on 15-16th April. With a new site, more vendors and a kids area, there’s something for everyone. The nearest station is St Michaels. Find out more here.
2 – Easter Fun at Albert Dock
Just a short hop from James St Station, the iconic Albert Dock is lining up a whole week of Easter fun. Whether its a light lunch and drinks on the waterside, a culture fix from Tate Liverpool, a comedy show or even some family craft and drop-in activities, there’s something for everyone. All the details here.
3 – Bruno Mars at the Echo Arena
Unsurprisingly this highly anticipated gig on Saturday 15th April is now an official sell out! Lucky enough to get tickets? Then let Merseyrail take the drama out of tackling the car parks with a 24k magic £1.95 return ticket to James Street Station. Click here to discover 11 of the biggest music artists heading our way in 2017.
4 – Who Do You Think You Are? Liverpool Museums & Galleries
Let Merseyrail take you on a trip down memory lane this Bank Holiday weekend with exhibitions on Liverpool culture and history. Love the Liverpool nightlife scene? Head to Museum of Liverpool and see ‘There’s No Place Like Garlands’ or head to the Walker Art Gallery, just two mins from Lime St Station, for ‘Fashion Icons’ and Easter crafts. Find out more here.
5 – Discover Wirral
For a breath of fresh air why not explore Wirral this Easter Bank Holiday? With services from the city to the seaside, Merseyrail can start your day trip from as little as £1.95 return. New Brighton is the place to be for a stroll on the beach or a quiet coffee. Or head to Birkenhead Park and join the joggers and dog walkers in the sun. We all know the best ice-cream is at the seaside, so why not head to West Kirby and soak up a sunset. More reasons to explore Wirral here.
6 – The British Music Experience (BME) Cunard Building
We’ve been raving about the BME for weeks and it finally threw open its doors last month for music lovers to revel in more than 300 iconic artefacts and interactive exhibits. Boogie on down from nearest station, James Street and follow a fun-packed interactive journey through popular music from the end of the second world to the present day charting musical milestones from the birth of rock and roll to the punk revolution to pop icons like The Spice Girls. Find out more here.
Families can take advantage of another great Merseyrail saving and take the hassle out of finding an elusive parking space! A Family Ticket costs just £11 and offers unlimited off-peak travel for up to 5 members, so you can hop-off and back on again all Bank Holiday weekend. Find out more here.