The sun’s out (at time of writing anyway!) and we know you’ll be looking to make the most of the unpredictable British Summer Time so here’s our guide to outdoor activities to do in Liverpool.
Outdoor Rooftop Yoga with White Wolf Yoga
Do you fancy doing yoga in a beautiful setting on the Oh Me Oh My rooftop terrace? Keep an eye out on the White Wolf Yoga Facebook page for future dates to be announced shortly.
Liverpool Adventure Dock
Liverpool Adventure Dock’s inflatable water obstacle course caused quite a splash last year when it popped up in Duke’s Dock (in between the Albert Dock and the M&S Bank Arena) and it is back by popular demand. The Adventure Dock course is made up of giant free-fall slides, huge inflatable obstacles, and fun, challenging elements. It’s suitable for everyone aged 6 upwards.
For more information and booking visit https://adventuredock.co.uk/
Liverpool Watersports Centre
There’s loads of fun water activities that you can do down at the Liverpool Watersports Centre – hire pedalos, go powerboating, join a Kayak or Canoe session, go stand up paddleboarding or even do some open water swimming. The Watersports Centre also has it’s very own inflatable obstacle course as well!
For more information visit https://www.liverpoolwatersports.org.uk/activities
FootGolf at Allerton Manor Golf Club
FootGolf has become increasingly popular over the last few years and now Liverpool has its first FootGolf course at Allerton Manor Golf Club. Suitable for all the family, mates and dates, this 9 hole course will bring out your competitive side.
For more information visit https://allertonmanorgolfclub.com/
Silent Disco Sight Seeing Tours
Well this is a new one…Silent Adventures burst into our lives last year bringing a unique walking tour to Liverpool City Centre. It’s not just aimed at tourists, it’s amazing fun for music lovers too. https://silentadventures.co.uk/liverpool/
The Romans Activity Park
Take a step back in time and try your hand at Roman boxing or Giant Sandal Racing. Confused? Don’t be, it’s just The Romans Activity Park in Aintree. Read more about The Romans Activity Park.
Hop on a bike and see the city and the sights much quicker than on foot. If you want a proper tour then https://liverpoolcycletours.com/ are brilliant but maybe if you’re a local you just want to get out and ride. Hire a City Bike from the many spots all across the city and get riding.
Ferry Across the Mersey
There’s nothing like that sea air in the lungs plus if you’ve never taken the ferry across the Mersey before then you’re seriously missing out on the amazing views of the Liverpool Waterfront that you can get onboard. There’s loads of cool places to check out on the Wirral while you’re over there as well.
Escape Hunt: Royal Albert Dock
Situated on the Royal Albert Dock, the thrilling and interactive escape game, Escape Hunt Liverpool, has just launched its first outdoor game, Operation Mindfall which will be running throughout summer. Players and their fellow agents must take to the streets of Liverpool and save the world before a deadly virus is activated from the city centre, the clock is ticking the fast of the world rests in your hands!
For more information visit https://escapehunt.com/uk/liverpool/games/operation-mindfall-outdoor-game/
Croxteth Park Farm
Spend some time at Croxteth Park Farm and make friends with a range of rare breed animals. The animals here are well used to contact with humans so it’s a great place for kids too. There’s a daily timetable of activities: from bottle feeding calves and lambs to meeting the meerkats.
Have we missed anything off our Outdoor Activities To Do In Liverpool guide? Comment below so we can make this list even better!