Visit Liverpool- Top Liverpool attractions, things to do in Liverpool, best Liverpool restaurants and hotels. Plan your trip to Liverpool.
Famous for The Beatles, fish and chips and of course Sir Elton John, Liverpool is now a hotspot for tourists from around the world. Known for it’s friendly and down to earth locals, this northern city in the UK has plenty to explore. Make yourself a cup of tea and get ready to note down all of these fantastic Visit Liverpool ideas.
Liverpool Hotels – Where to stay in Liverpool
The Richmond Hotel – This city-centre hotel offers high ceiling, luxury apartments, perfect for a romantic stay or a group booking. In Liverpool’s commercial district, it is only a short walk to Liverpool Moorfields train station. The hotel is also within walking distance to the Royal Albert Dock and has a wide variety of restaurants and bars on its doorstep.
Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa in the Wirral – If you’d prefer to explore North Wales and Liverpool, stay at the stunning grade II listed Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa. This beautiful hotel is set in the countryside and offers luxury accommodation and fine dining. You can drive to Liverpool or Chester in 20 minutes, which makes this luxury hotel a perfect spot to cover both cities in one trip. * Recommended only to guests who have a car or will be hiring a car
Liverpool Attractions- What to do in Liverpool– Visit Liverpool
The Royal Albert Dock– This waterfront hub offers museums, restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops. A prime spot for photo opportunities, grab yourself a coffee, wrap up warm and get ready to explore this beautiful part of the city.
Float Planet – For a unique experience in Liverpool, try floatation therapy. Ideal for meditation, to reduce anxiety and stress, you can float for 1 hour in your very own sensory deprivation pod, which is filled with warm water and 100lbs of Epsom salts.
Mersey Ferry – Take in Liverpool’s skyline on a Mersey Ferry cruise. Sail down the iconic River Mersey and learn something new about Liverpool’s past with an on-board guide. Great for capturing Liverpool from a whole new angle, but make sure to wrap up very warm.
The Climbing Hangar – Burn off some energy and learn how to boulder at this incredible climbing centre in Liverpool. About 10 minutes drive from Liverpool city centre, The Climbing Hangar has a relaxed vibe, so hire some climbing shoes and get ready to climb. Bouldering is climbing without ropes but not very high. Safety matting is practically everywhere so when you jump down, you’re completely cushioned from the impact. Kids bouldering is also available here.
The Beatles Selfie – Get that iconic Visit Liverpool selfie by posing for a picture at The Beatles statue at the Liverpool Waterfront. It’s opposite the 3 Graces building and just further on from the Royal Liver Building.
Paddle Boarding – Explore the Royal Albert Dock from a whole new perspective with paddle boarding in Liverpool. Run by Liverpool SUP Company, it’s a fantastic group activity. They also offer night paddle boarding, weather permitting, allowing you to see how beautiful the dock is at night, with twinkling lights lighting up the area.
PINS Social Club – Close to Liverpool One shopping centre, PINS Social Club offers a modern bowling centre with a huge bar area, a cool American style diner and games such as beer pong on the upper level.
Escape Hunt – We dare you to try Escape Hunt on the Royal Albert Dock. You’ll get 60 minutes to see if you can solve a series of clues and puzzles while being *locked* inside a room. The rooms are elaborately decorated meaning you’ll find yourself becoming fully immersed in the games story and theme.
Clue Finders- A traditional escape room by Liverpool’s waterfront, get ready to take a step back in time as you try to find keys, unlock padlocks and open safes while trying to figure out a mystery.
China Town- The China Town gate is a massive photo opportunity for Liverpool tourists and is a must see too. The stunning Asian design of the gate makes this part of the city really stand out.
White Wolf Yoga Studio- Award winning Liverpool yoga studio, White Wolf Yoga is a great experience for Liverpool tourists. Open to all levels, all abilities and all ages, try a yoga session or a meditation workshop.
Baltic Triangle- Consider yourself a bit of a geek? This would be the cast of The Big Bang Theory’s home if they lived in Liverpool. Quirky street art, coffee shops and places to work remotely, its Liverpool’s answer to Silicon Valley.
Ghetto Golf – Over 18s only, Ghetto Golf in Liverpool is crazy golf and cocktails all in one place. Enjoy top local DJs, graffiti artwork, an outdoor bar, BBQ food and of course a round of golf.
Visit St George’s Hall- Grade I listed, St George’s Hall in Liverpool sits opposite Lime Street Station in the heart of Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage St George’s Quarter. This is an example of neoclassical architecture. A venue for events, see if you can catch something here before you leave Liverpool, or book a guided tour.
Liverpool Restaurants- Where to eat in Liverpool- Visit Liverpool
Six by Nico – Enjoy fine dining concept restaurant Six by Nico in Liverpool. For £29pp enjoy a 6 course tasting menu. Take a look at Six by Nico’s new menu concept The Alps.
Justino’s Restaurant and Bar – Close to Sefton Park in Liverpool, Justino’s offers an extensive Italian menu with all the classic Italian dishes you’d hope for from an Italian restaurant and bar. Dine in style at this stunning Liverpool restaurant. Take a closer look at Justino’s menu.
One Fine Day – The best place for brunch in Liverpool, in our opinion, One Fine Day is located on Old Hall Street in Liverpool. You can find it on the same street at Moorfields Train Station, Old Hall Street Exit. Enjoy it’s Scandinavian feel and delicious brunch menu.
Mowgli – If you’ve never tasted Indian street food before, head to Mowgli in Liverpool. You can find this restaurant on Bold Street and Water Street. We recommend the Mango Lassi and the Yoghurt Chat Bombs.
NYL Bottomless Brunch – As the first venue in the world to offer a Bottomless Gin & Tonic Brunch , NYL Restaurant & Cocktail Bar are taking their brunch menu to the next level. Take a closer look at bottomless gin & tonic.
Albert’s Schenke – Named after Prince Albert, this is Liverpool’s own Alpine retreat. Enjoy the roaring fire and a perfectly poured bier. Find out more about Albert’s Schneke in Liverpool.