If you can’t make a specific event, never fear! Liverpool is always ready to entertain and show you a good time. Whatever your interests from live music, shopping, culture or sport, there really is something for everyone.
Check some of our top places to visit across the city and what’s on at each of them.
Where: Baltic Triangle.
What is it?: The great indoors! Right at the heart of the Baltic Triangle, Camp and Furnace hosts club nights, food festivals, live music events, exhibitions and installations.
What’s on?: Friends quiz, Britney Brunch, 80s night, Emo night, 00s night, Marvel quiz, Quizney (Disney quiz), drag shows, Beyoncé night, R&B festival to name just a few!
Where: City centre.
What is it?: One of Liverpool’s most famous streets! Soak up the history of The Beatles at the Cavern Club.
What’s on?: Full of pubs, bars and the world famous Cavern Club. Great for a drink, karaoke or some selfies with a statue. See Liverpool’s Wall of Fame behind a young John Lennon, celebrate with Cilla or look a bit deeper to find renowned Psychologist C.G. Jung!
Where: City centre.
What is it?: Liverpool’s number one shopping and entertainment destination.
What’s on?: Shop till you drop, grab a bite to eat, play a round of golf or sit down to a movie…Liverpool ONE has it all! The bustling heart of the city has something for everyone. This summer they’re rolling out the pianos for Tickle the Ivories piano festival’s 12th year, book a slot, turn up and play or just wander past and listen.
Where: North Liverpool.
What is it?: The stadiums for Liverpool’s two Premier League football teams.
What’s on?: The Premier League returns in August, after this year’s dramatic finish for both teams what will the new season bring? Not many cities can boast two premier league teams less than a mile away from each other!
Where: Across the city.
What is it?: Museum of Liverpool, World Museum, International Slavery Museum, Maritime Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Sudley House, Lady Lever Art Gallery, Western Approaches, Victoria G&M, Beatles Museum, Williamson Tunnels and more.
What’s on?: All of the museums in Liverpool have a jam packed calendar of events and attractions throughout the year. Visit their websites or head to Visit Liverpool for more info.
Where: Liverpool waterfront.
What is it?: A scenic renovated area of Liverpool that hosts the famous Tate Gallery, home to a wide range of world-class art, and the Beatles Museum, a tribute to the famous rock group.
What’s on?: Great for breakfast, lunch or dinner, the Docks now host a variety of great food and drink places. Pick up a souvenir in one of the gift shops, stroll along the Mersey and take in the Three Graces.