The world has changed and so have we – but not so much that you won’t recognise us!
We know you’ll have loads of questions so read our FAQs, but here are a few really important changes that you need to know about:
Yes, unless your group or family is exempt. In accordance with the new Government guidance, by law visitors can only visit Eureka! in groups of up to 6 people unless you are visiting as a household or support bubble which is larger than 6.
Yes – Absolutely. Every visitor to Eureka! will need to pre-book.
Even if you are an existing annual pass holder, you still need to pre-book your visit. This is the way we can ensure visitor numbers are limited at a safe level for social distancing.
The Government has made it compulsory for adults to wear a face-covering when visiting indoor attractions, including Eureka!, unless you are exempt.
Children do not need to wear face-coverings.
Yes, pretty much. There’s a limited number of smaller areas we’ve kept closed for now, but all the main galleries and interactives are open. We’ve ramped up all our cleaning protocols and are even using a disinfectant “Fogging” system to ensure interactives can be played with. At this time our Creativity Space and the picnic train carriage remain closed.
Explore our six zones, extensive grounds, creativity space, and more, to find out what makes us a unique, fun day out...
Explore our six zones, extensive grounds and more…
A brand new visitor attraction being designed for the Seacombe ferry terminal and Spaceport buildings in Wirral, bringing together the playful child-centred approach of Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, with 21st century science and discovery centre innovation. Opening 2022!