Here’s your guide to a whole host of fun things to do in Liverpool.
Ghetto Golf: We all love crazy golf, right? Well this is one of the craziest of crazy golf places around and it’s for adults only! With 18 of the most unique holes you’ll find, street food and amazing cocktails Ghetto Golf is top of our to do list.
Breakout Escape Rooms: Escape rooms are hugely popular at the minute and this one is probably the best in the city, with loads of different themed rooms to try. If you’re looking for something that will engage your brain and test you under pressure that you have to give this a try.
Indoor Paintballing: You don’t need to worry about the weather ruining your day with this Indoor paintballing experience just outside of the city centre.
Nerf Centre: Fancy shooting your mates with a Nerf gun? Well now you can with this indoor Nerf warzone.
Virtual Reality Gaming: Virtual Reality is becoming a hugely popular gaming concept with state of the art technology and VR-Here is a VR arcade just a short walk from the city centre. It’s a great immersive experience that everyone can enjoy.
Bongo’s Bingo: Liverpool is the birth place of one of the wackiest concepts we’ve seen in recent times. It’s basically a big bingo rave. Play bingo for prizes ranging from a Henry Hoover to a Jacuzzi and even trips to Ibiza.
The Climbing Hangar: This all ages and abilities indoor climbing and bouldering centre is great fun and a good physical activity if you’re looking to let off some steam.
Spring City Trampoline Park: Located on Brunswick Dock, Spring City has almost 100 trampolines, dodge ball courts and basketball nets making it another great place to get active and have fun at the same time.
Water adventures at The Albert Dock: There’s loads of fun water activities that you can do down at the Albert Dock including; Wake Boarding, Paddle Boarding, Adventure Dock – The Inflatable obstacle course. Plus, check out http://www.liverpoolwatersports.org.uk/ for details of all the water activities you can do including kayaking and canoeing.
Otterspool Adventure Centre: The Otterspool Adventure Centre offers high ropes, abseiling, a climbing wall, a maze, and even a parafan.
Williamson Tunnels: This series of vaulted passageways cut out of solid rock provides an insight into the fascinating underground world created by Joseph Williamson in the early 19th Century. You can take a guided tour through a section of the network of tunnels and view exhibitions which depict the life and times of one of Liverpool’s most eccentric characters.
Shiverpool Ghost Tour: If you like ghost stories and have a good sense of humour then we’re sure you’ll love Shiverpool ghost tours. You can take a tour around Liverpool’s most haunted city centre locations and have a great laugh along the way.
Go Karting: This is one for the speed demons and thrill seekers, with a great city centre location.
Karaoke: Sing Karaoke at MBox on Renshaw Street, where there’s private rooms to hire so you can sing at the top of your lungs with your mates and feel no shame.
Cat Cafe: For all the cat lovers out there, Liverpool now has it’s very own cat cafe where you can snuggle up with your feline friends and enjoy a coffee and some food. They even host film nights (usually with cat themed movie choices) so you can spend even more time with the furry guys.
Go to the beach: Crosby beach is the nearest sandy beach to the city centre and it’s also home to sculptor Anthony Gormley’s Another Place statues. If you fancy something slightly further afield then a trip to Formby nature reserve to spot some Red Squirrels and take a walk along the beach.
Hire a bike: Liverpool has both the City Bikes and Bike & Go cycles available to hire across the city region.
Cereal Cafe: Tiny Rick’s cereal cafe will take you back to your childhood with a huge selection of cereals and plenty of the naughty American cereals that we all secretly crave! Not only is this a cereal cafe though as it’s all chock full of boardgames that you can play while you eat.
Sugar & Dice Boardgame Cafe: On the subject of boardgames, Sugar & Dice is a cafe dedicated games, with hundreds of boardgames to choose from while serving lunch, dinner, tea and coffee.
Skateboarding: There’s a couple of great skate parks in the city with one in the heart of the Baltic Triangle area of the city and Everton’s glow in the dark skate park.
Radio City Tower Tour: We may be biased but we think that Liverpool is a very pretty place so the Radio City Tower allows you to take in some amazing views when the weather is good. Take a trip up to the top and you can also see one of the city’s biggest radio stations in action.
What would be on your list of fun things to do in Liverpool? Leave your comment below and we can add them to our list.