10 Things to Do in Liverpool When it Rains for Adults
If you call Liverpool home or you’re just visiting our beautiful city for a couple of days, chances are you’re going to experience a rainy day or two. Unfortunately Liverpool has plenty of rainy days throughout the year, but that doesn’t mean you have to call off your plans. Looking for something fun to do in Liverpool when it’s raining. Here are 10 Liverpool things to do when it rains for adults.
1. The Climbing Hangar Liverpool
Get your adrenaline racing and scale a wall at a Liverpool climbing center. The Climbing Hangar in Liverpool offers affordable and challenging bouldering walls as well as climbing walls. Ideal for a date with a difference or a family day out. They even have a small café with incredible juices and muffins to enjoy.
Cost: £9.50 per person with climbing shoes included
2. Ghetto Golf Liverpool
Fancy a round of indoor crazy golf with a cocktail in your hand? Ghetto Golf is the place for you. Based in Liverpool’s quirky Baltic Triangle, this city-center game of golf has been carefully designed for adults only, with a rustic feel about it and plenty of opportunities to enjoy a fruity cocktail or a bottle of beer or perhaps some street food.
Cost: £10 per person
3. Enjoy a Roast at The Pheasant Liverpool
There is nothing quite as comforting as a roast dinner, so if the heavens open and the rain begins to pour, head to the picturesque countryside pub, The Pheasant Liverpool in Hightown and enjoy a three course roast dinner while the sun goes down.
4. Try Floatation Therapy at Float Planet Liverpool
Enjoy floatation therapy in the heart of Liverpool. Enjoy the feeling of floating effortlessly in a tank of warm water and enjoy this super relaxing and unique experience.
Cost £40 per person
5. Take a Step Back in Time at Croxteth Hall
This stunning former country estate, Croxteth Hall Country Park can b enjoyed on a rainy day too. Enter the main building and explore the beauty of the former country estate. Discover what life was like for both the master of the house and those who worked downstairs. Be warned, it is apparently very haunted.
Cost £3.50 adult ticket
6. Dine like a King at Six by Nico Liverpool
This ultra fine-dining concept restaurant has recently launched their new 2020 menu, New York City, offering guests a truly delicious taste of the Big Apple itself. If you fancy indulging and staying warm, this is for you.
Cost £29 per person for the tasting menu
7. Breakout Liverpool
See if you have what it takes to be a spy by challenging yourself and a couple of your friends to one of Breakout Liverpool’s escape rooms. You’ll have only 60 minutes to work as a team and break out of the room.
Cost £15 ( based on 5 people in a group)
8. Explore Tate Liverpool at the Royal Albert Dock
This beautiful art gallery and museum is a great choice if you just fancy walking around, grabbing a coffee and a slice of cake and treating your eyes to some thought provoking pieces of art. Wander around the different levels and see if anything really catches your eye.
Cost Free ( excludes exhibitions and events)
9. Enjoy Afternoon Tea at Thornton Hall
Experience the award winning Great Wirral Afternoon Tea at the beautiful Thornton Hall. With Elder-flower jam and scones, it’s a true taste sensation and the perfect rainy day excuse. Feel like you’re as high class as the cast of Downton Abbey.
10. Liverpool Gin Distillery Tour
Liverpool is now a city that makes it’s very own Gin, so why not discover how we make it so delicious with a Liverpool Gin tour. This experience includes a Gin Lab experience, Distillery tour, and of course Liverpool Gin tasting.