Our venues

Education sessions

Book your visit by filling in this booking form. You might want to include one of the following education sessions as part of your visit. 

Our accessible education sessions offer activities linked to the national curriculum for all schools, educational and community groups. Sessions are subject to availability and must be booked in advance.  

Please note any accessibility requirements for your group on your bookings enquiry. We will endeavour to meet specific requests where possible. See our What’s on pages for public events if you would like to book a general visit for your group at weekends or during school holidays. 

Tudor portraits (self-led)

Venue: Walker Art Gallery

Subjects: Art and design, History

Age ranges: Key Stage 2

Free

Understanding transatlantic slavery

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, History, Personal, social, health and economic education

Age ranges: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Post 16

Free

Victorians at the Walker (self-led)

Venue: Walker Art Gallery

Subjects: Art and design, English, History, Languages

Age ranges: Key Stage 2

Free

Watching and waiting: a story from the First World War

Venue: Museum of Liverpool

Subjects: English, History

Age ranges: Key Stage 3

Free

Weapons awareness

Venue: Seized! gallery at Merseyside Maritime Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, English, Personal, social, health and economic education

Age ranges: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Post 16, Post 18

Free

What can the Liver bird see?

Venue: Museum of Liverpool

Subjects: Communication and language, Expressive arts and design, Personal, social and emotional development, Understanding of the World

Age ranges: Early Years Foundation Stage

Free