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The Storybarn’s Treasure Island

Written by The Reader, 29th March 2018


Opening Monday 9 April

Suitable for children, new-born – eight and their families.

From the team that brought Michael Rosen’s Bear Hunt, Chocolate Cake and Bad Things to the city comes Treasure Island!

The Storybarn is launching a brand-new immersive experience to inspire families to read. Taking inspiration from a treasure trove of children’s books, including Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel, which gives our children's experience its name, The Storybarn’s Treasure Island will set sail as part of Liverpool ONE’s Story Season.

Part-interactive theatre, part story-telling, The Storybarn’s Treasure Island at Paradise Street, near The Reading Trees, includes a tropical desert island, a sensory underwater grotto and pirate shipwreck to explore.

What's on Offer? (From the 9th April)

Running 7 days a week:

  • 45-minute interactive sessions, £4.50 per person at 10 am 12 noon, 2 pm and 4 pm BOOK NOW. (This includes an additional 15-minute lead crafting activity).
  • A FREE Crafting Cove 10 am – 5 pm. Pop in any time, no pre-booking required.
  • FREE 30 minute Treasure Trail Hunts around Liverpool ONE (11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm). Sign up in-person at The Storybarn’s Treasure Island, near the Reading Trees on Paradise Street.

The Storybarn’s Treasure Island is set to open on Monday, April 9. But the fun is starting earlier, with FREE daily Treasure Trails from Friday, March 30. (11 am, 12 noon and 1 pm). The guided trail will take parents and children around the streets of Liverpool ONE in search of story clues and pirate treasure. Adventuring families can sign up for free, in person, at Liverpool ONE’s Reading Trees.

So pack your telescopes, compasses, buckets and spades and as we head for the horizon in search of sensational stories!

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