Looking to de-stress? If you’re looking for relaxing things to do in Liverpool here’s 7 things you can do to help you unwind.

Visit Float Planet

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Liverpool’s first and only float centre, Float Planet is number one on our list for relaxation. Flotation therapy involves lying effortlessly on your back in a specially designed floatation tank. You float in 10 inches of water with over 1000lb of Epsom salt dissolved into it. The tanks block out light and sound distractions so that you can fully relax. It’s an experience like no other! To find out more and to book your session visit https://www.floatplanet.co.uk/

Have a spa day

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The Titanic Hotel Maya Blue Wellness Spa is a stunning underground subterranean sanctuary. Within a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the luxury spa is unforgettable. To book visit https://www.titanichotelliverpool.com/maya-blue-wellness

Go to the park

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We are spoilt for good parks in Liverpool, from Sefton Park, Calderstones and Croxteth Hall Park there’s always a great trail or a quiet spot to relax and take in the greenery. We recommend a trip to Sefton Park Palmhouse for proper chill out vibes.

Visit the cathedrals

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Another great idea if you’re looking for some peace and quiet is to visit either or both of our stunning cathedrals. 

Join a White Wolf Yoga class

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Award-winning White Wolf Yoga Studios run yoga, meditation and relaxation classes throughout the week in their beautiful Victorian building, The Property Exchange (Cook Street). There’s beginners classes available so there’s nothing stopping you from starting a new hobbie.

Visit the Picton Reading Room at Liverpool Central Library

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This is a Liverpool Noise favourite! There’s just such a magical feeling about the Picton Reading Room, it’s peaceful and full of character. Grab a book, sit back and unwind. The rooftop terrace at Central Library is also not to be missed.

Get arty at a pottery painting studio

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Getting creative is great for practicing mindfulness, so we think that pottery painting studios are going to be very poular this year. Frankie’s Paint It Pottery on Smithdown Road and Potter Around (Old Swan) are pottery painting studios where you can choose from a selection of ready made pieces of pottery to paint and get lost in creating your own piece of art. 

Have we missed anything from our Relaxing Things To Do In Liverpool guide? Let us know in the comments below.