Do something different on a weekend away

So half term’s here, the first holiday of the school year and time to start looking towards holidays, days out and planning weekends away.

Planning a visit to a fabulous city like Liverpool there’s so much to see and do. There are  museums galore, cathedrals, architecture and fab shopping but how about finding somewhere a bit different.

Tucked 10 minutes away from the big tourist attractions of The Albert Dock and Liverpool One is a transformed industrial area called The Baltic Triangle.

What was once part of the historical thriving port is now a creative hub for arts, crafts, culture, and fabulous food.

The converted warehouses hold the most interesting places and there’s something for everyone, one of those places being The Button Boutique, a gorgeous fun place to visit for children and adults.

different button boutique

Providing arts and crafts tailored to their visitors The Button Boutique provides a fun day or night out.

From kids crafts with afternoon tea…

different the button boutique

…to Hen nights, with a cheeky difference

different the button boutique

If you’re planning a weekend stay in Liverpool with family or friends add The Button Boutique to your places to visit, see what they’re up to here.

Are you planning a city break soon?

Why not enter this competition to win a 2 night stay in Liverpool including  tickets for   The Cavern’s Magical Mystery Bus Tour


  1. Tracy
    February 14, 2016 / 06:43

    Oooer! My ovaries just fired up lol. 😉
    I like the ‘Pewl’ and not just because the most famous band EVER are Liverpudlians. Interesting post. Cracking photographs ha ha *fans face*

    • Nortonmum
      February 14, 2016 / 12:34

      Haha, wouldn’t know where to look. I’m from Liverpool & haven’t done the Mystery Tour I believe it’s very good.

  2. November 24, 2015 / 19:53

    Well I wouldn’t mind him serving me a cup of tea lol. Looks a great place Lorraine x

    • Nortonmum
      November 24, 2015 / 20:23

      Your daughter would love it, kids stuff obvs, but the holiday craft club is fab & it’s a gorgeous venue. x

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