Liverpool’s best-kept secret visitor attraction, Quirky Quarter, has recently reopened its doors to visitors.
An independently owned business, the attraction is located at The Arch, at the top of Duke Street, at the former Scandinavian Hotel.
Quirky Quarter is home to a medley of interactive experiences and brain stimulating workouts, of puzzling challenges and oddball photo opportunities. It is a fun-filled destination for all ages, welcoming a broad spectrum of guests, from families and friends to school groups and corporate gatherings.
Having opened its doors for the first time at the beginning of February, it closed just five weeks later for lock-down.
Jenny Feaver, Manager, said:
“Those opening weeks in February and March were phenomenal,”
The feedback from visitors was just brilliant. News spread largely through social media and word of mouth. It was the thought of getting that initial buzz and excitement back up again that kept the team going through lock-down. We were determined to reopen as a fun, safe space, a place in which to reconnect with family and friends, a place to shake-off some of the lock-down with laughter, puzzles and challenges.”
After holding a four day ‘Thankyou Event,’ hosting NHS and emergency service workers from across Merseyside, the family-friendly experience is now back open to all. New measures to ensure safety have earned it its VisitEngland “Good to Go” stamp of approval.
Capacity has been reduced and guests are invited to book an exclusive arrival slot for their social bubble. Set within 13,000 square feet of open plan space, the destination offers great room for social bubbles to socially connect at a time of physical distancing.
Jenny Feaver, at Quirky Quarter, said:
“Dedicated booking slots and reduced overall capacity, these have allowed people to take their time, to enjoy Quirky Quarter with families and friends at their own pace. People are engaging even more … And this time around, the feedback has been even better.”
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