Activities in Liverpool

All kinds of activities you can do in Liverpool from crazy golf, bowling, sightseeing tours and much more.

  • dot-art Autumn 2022 Classes

    Discover dot-art’s Autumn Art Classes

    As summer draws to a close, get inspired with a class or course to get your creativity flowing. Treat yourself or a come along with friends to learn from the dot-art expert artist tutors. Discover your inner artist, try something new and develop your skills across a range of fantastic venues: The Bluecoat, The Reader, FACT, Baltic Creative, Liverpool Arts Bar and the dot-art Darkroom. All dot-art’s courses are suitable for beginners, as well as…

  • Teach Rex Dinosaur Show at Camp & Furnace Liverpool

    Teach Rex Dinosaur Show Returns To Camp & Furnace This Summer

    The award-winning Liverpool based, Teach Rex team are delighted to be bringing this unique, interactive dinosaur show back to Camp & Furnace. Teach Rex uses life-like dinosaurs to perform their 45-minute show, teaching children about the anatomy and life of one the most mesmerizing creatures that have ever roamed our planet.  The show is teamed with effects, music and gives children and their families the chance to get up close and personal with these fantastic,…

  • Liverpool ONE Liver Sketching Club

    Local Artists Invited To Capture City’s Iconic Landmarks With Liverpool ONE

    Aspiring artists will have the chance to show off their talents as Liverpool ONE hosts a massive outdoor sketching and painting event to mark the Liver Sketching Club’s 150th anniversary.  The free event, which takes place on Saturday 9 July, will give painters and sketchers the opportunity to capture both landscape and portrait models right across the retail and leisure destination.  Visitors will be able to drop in to various painting and sketching points across…

  • makers market

    Makers Market returns to the dock with over 50 stalls

    A Makers Market bringing together some of the finest local independent makers, bakers and creators is returning to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool on Sunday 3rd July.  Taking place along Hartley Quay opposite the Maritime Museum, a total of 59 stalls will offer a variety of the best seasonal produce, beautiful homeware and design products, vintage clothes, delicate jewellery and much more.  Food and drink lovers will be able to savour a selection of flavoursome dishes…

  • jazz saturdays

    Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s

    Summer time is here and Jazz Saturdays at Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery are really heating up. Across July and into August, 7 new shows have been announced at the intimate and historic venue tucked away down Tower Gardens off Water Street. Working with Pazzjazz, the partnership continues to bring a kaleidoscopic range of jazz sounds to the city, infused with and inspired by the magic of New Orleans and Brazilian beats to the simmering…

  • Shielded In The Community DaDa Fest Project

    Shielded In The Community: Artistic Submission Call Out

    Shielded In The Community is a disabled-led project run in partnership with DaDa Fest and funded by Liverpool City Council. DaDa are asking Disabled and/or neurodiverse people who live in the north-west of England to take part in this project by responding artistically to their shielding experience – whatever their current shielding status.  Mandy Redvers-Rowe is a disabled writer based in Liverpool. Working with producer Harriet Warnock and Assistant Producer Robyn Bowyer. Together they’re delivering this…

  • A Lovely Poetry Festival Liverpool

    A Lovely Poetry Festival Coming To The Everyman Theatre This Summer

    This summer, A Lovely Word in association with Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse bring a brand new poetry festival to the city for everyone. A Lovely Poetry Festival features some of the UK’s top talent, from Liverpool and around the country. At the Everyman Theatre from 1 – 9 July, it will celebrate writing, different voices and showcase the wonderful creative community of Liverpool. Liverpool is a poetry city. A Lovely Poetry Festival celebrates this, uniting,…

  • Open Water Swimming At Princes Dock This Summer With Her Spirit App

    Open Water Swimming At Princes Dock This Summer With Her Spirit App

    There’s no better way to enjoy the Great British Summer (come rain or shine!) than with a dip in the open water while taking in the awe inspiring beauty of a setting sun. And with female participation in outdoor swimming increasing from 65% to 73.5% in 12 months*, women are really embracing it. And this summer you can try open water swimming at Princes Dock. Her Spirit, a free to download community fitness app, that offers its community of 25,000 women…

  • FREE University of Liverpool Public Lectures: Arts, Sustainability and the Climate Crisis

    FREE University of Liverpool Public Lectures: Arts, Sustainability and the Climate Crisis

    Join the debate on Arts, Sustainability and the Climate Crisis with three more, free Public Lectures in the Arts at the University of Liverpool, Wednesdays 17.30-19.00 in the Paul Brett Lecture Theatre, Yoko Ono Lennon Centre or online. 4 May: Sustainable Art for a Changing Climate Discover some of the surprising ways in which the literature and the visual arts respond to the challenges of environmental crises with Dr Sam Solnick (Department of English, University of Liverpool),…

  • Spring Art Classes From dot-art

    Spring Art Classes From dot-art

    dot-art announce their Spring Programme of Creative Courses. Discover your inner artist, try something new and develop your skills across a range of fantastic venues: The Bluecoat, The Reader, FACT, Baltic Creative, Liverpool Arts Bar and the dot-art Darkroom. At The Bluecoat, dot-art will be delivering popular 3 week courses in Portrait Drawing and Abstract Painting as well as 1 day courses in Drawing for Everyone, Introduction to Kintsugi (which sold out in record time last term!) and two new single day…

  • Discover Smithdown Social: A Hub of Compassion and Creativity In Supporting The Arts 1

    Discover Smithdown Social: A Hub of Compassion and Creativity In Supporting The Arts

    Smithdown Social Club, now Smithdown Social Arts Hub, has an impressive creative arts project developing on Smithdown Road in support of local artists – and it is growing quickly. Smithdown Social Club closed in March 2020 as a result of the  COVID-19 outbreak, and they took the opportunity to introduce a new initiative for the Club. Having previously been a largely music industry ‘collective’ of bands, solo artists and all the supporting roles that make a performer survive and prosper, they pivoted to a…

  • Half Term Family Fun At The Royal Albert Dock This February

    Half Term Family Fun At The Royal Albert Dock This February

    With Half Term in full swing, here’s some ideas of how to spend the time with some family-friendly activities at the Royal Albert Dock. Escape Hunt For children aged eight years and older, visit another world with some help from Escape Hunt. With five different immersive games on offer, families can chose from defeating ancient Japan’s evil warlord in The Fourth Samurai, or escape from a sinking ship with riches aplenty in Blackbeard’s Treasure. The…

  • Forest Bathing In Liverpool with Journeys In Nature 1

    Forest Bathing In Liverpool with Journeys In Nature

    Recently we were invited to try Forest Bathing in Liverpool with Journeys In Nature. Here we’ll tell you more about Forest Bathing and our experience of this traditional Japanese practice that is gaining in popularity in the UK. What is forest bathing? Claire Deeney, is the face behind Journeys In Nature. As a certified forest bathing guide through the Forest Therapy Hub, she expertly leads groups on Forest Bathing journeys in Liverpool. Below is her…

  • The Best Gaming Arcades In Liverpool 3

    The Best Gaming Arcades In Liverpool

    Whether you’re looking for serious competitive gaming or somewhere you can go and have a laugh with your mates, we’ve got you covered. Here’s our guide to the Best Gaming Arcades in Liverpool. ArCains Potentially the champion of Gaming Arcades In Liverpool, Arcains is a huge retro and futuristic gaming arcade in Cain’s Brewery Village housing old classic arcade games as well as virtual reality gaming, PC’s, consoles, pinball machines and modern arcade games. Arcains…

  • Step into ’22 at Royal Albert Dock 1

    Step into ’22 at Royal Albert Dock

    Royal Albert Dock Liverpool has launched its new campaign, Step into ’22, inviting visitors to embark on a variety of feel-good things to do at the dock. From fitness trails around the waterfront with free dog treats for four-legged friends, to healthy menus from the bars and restaurants, and even an unmissable Valentine’s competition, the dock has everything needed to start the new year on a high. Visitors looking to increase their step count can…

  • Must-visit places in Liverpool's North Docks 6

    Must-visit places in Liverpool’s North Docks

    Since the unveiling of North Shore’s Ten Streets vision, Liverpool’s North Docks has become increasingly popular and is now home to a number of amazing businesses and restaurants. The area is only to keep growing and likely become a new creative district for Liverpool, as well as home to Everton’s new grounds. Here are some of our must-visit places in the North Docks. Ten Streets Market Ten Streets Market hosts tons of local businesses and…

  • Top 5 things to do for Galentine's Day in Liverpool 1

    Top 5 things to do for Galentine’s Day in Liverpool

    Being single on Valentine’s Day can be truly unbearable, watching your friends coupled up and receiving flowers and gifts. But, you can feel loved, appreciated and whole without a romantic relationship, and celebrate Galentine’s Day instead. Galentine’s Day is February 13th, and is dedicated to spending time with your friends and sharing your appreciation for those you’re romantically tied to. Usually, it’s celebrated by women but all genders are encouraged to take part. We’ve created…

  • Celebrate Chinese New Year 2022 in Liverpool 4

    Celebrate Chinese New Year 2022 in Liverpool

    Chinese New Year events in Liverpool are always extravagant, exciting and unique, and the Year of the Tiger celebrations promises the same. Liverpool’s Chinatown boasts the largest Chinese Ceremonial Archway in Europe, and is the entrance to many of the wonderful celebrations. On Sunday 6 February, the main events will take place and Chinese lanterns will decorate Chinatown, with buildings lit up red. Returning this year after 2021’s virtual event, the in-person spectacular will celebrate…

  • 'Walk for Autism' is set to return for a fifth year 2

    ‘Walk for Autism’ is set to return for a fifth year

    The team at Autism Initiatives are dusting off their trainers once more for its annual fundraising campaign Walk for Autism, which returns this coming March. The charity hopes to make it the biggest one yet in its five-year history when participants from up and down the country walk 10,000 steps per day for the eight days between March 26th and World Autism Awareness Day on April 2nd. Last year, the campaign’s participants collectively walked over…

  • 6 Liverpool art classes, perfect for embracing your creative side 1

    6 Liverpool art classes, perfect for embracing your creative side

    Are you hoping to embrace your creative side or looking for a new excuse to meet up with your friends every week? Art classes might be just what you’re after. Liverpool is bursting with creative activities, unique experiences and one-of-a-kind art classes. We’ve chosen our favourite 6 Liverpool art classes, and there’s definitely something for everyone. Life Drawing at 92 Degrees Ran by Liverpool Independent Art School, 92 Degrees on Hardman Street offers Life Drawing…