Fun Things To Do In Liverpool

Looking for some light-hearted entertainment? Fortunately for you, this city is choc-a-bloc with events that are embracing the brighter side of life. From raucous beer halls where Oompah bands and steins of beer are the order of the day to gothic party palaces serving up Sunday fare and live gospel tunes, you're never far from a good time here. Take a look at all these and more of the very best things to do in Liverpool.

Last edited by Scarlett Welch

Last updated on 30th April 2024

Liverpool Bierkeller

Spend your evening sipping on steins and dancing to live music, from Oompah bands to acoustic sets, all at Bierkeller Liverpool. The German beer hall is also cooking authentic Bavarian food - think bratwurst and schnitzel - to keep you fuelled up as you watch live entertainment.

Gravity MAX Liverpool

You'll never run out of adrenaline-pumping things to do in this city, especially with activity venues like Gravity MAX welcoming revellers through its doors to its e-karting track and VR experiences. Gather your friends and head to this neon-lit haunt for the ultimate day or night out, paired with nibbles and tipples. From AR darts to batting cages, there's something for everyone. 

Lane7 Liverpool

This neon-lit venue is bound to bowl you over. Head to Lane7 to play an array of fun-filled games, from retro arcade offerings to ten-pin bowling. There's something for everyone here at this Instagrammable spot, covered in graffiti and equipped with glow-in-the-dark balls. Food-wise, you'll be able to refuel with splices from Pizza Punks and there's a great array of creative tipples on offer too. Sip on a frozen margarita or go all out with a Drumstick-inspired concoction. 

Alcotraz Liverpool: Cell Block Three-Six

@ Alcotraz Penitentiary: Liverpool on Various dates from Tuesday 21st May 2024

Looking for quirky things to do in Liverpool's city centre? Then look no further than Alcotraz. Decked out with real metallic cells and guards-turned-bartenders, this theatrical cocktail experience is as immersive as they come. Head on over to enjoy bespoke drinks in a unique setting.

Liverpool Craft Brew Festival 2024

@ Invisible Wind Factory on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd June 2024

Make your way to the Invisible Wind Factory this June, for an exciting event complete with free-flowing booze. The Liverpool Craft Brew Festival for 2024 promises bottomless craft beer for five whole hours, as well as plenty of mouthwatering street food alongside live music and giveaways. The drinks lineup includes brewers like Siren Craft Brew, Jimbrew Brewing, Bayonet Brewing and so much more, with tickets costing just £50 per person.

The Krazyhouse

Over the summer, Electrik Warehouse will transform back into the much-loved Krazyhouse for some incredible parties. First up on the 25th of May, it promises 2-4-1 cocktails all day, metal karaoke and free pot noodles at the end of the night. Then, from £2 per person, bag tickets to the rock and metal rooftop daytime rave taking place on Saturday the 13th of June to head bang in the sun.

Liverpool Naval Club

A regular roster of soul nights, tribute sets and live performances await you at Liverpool Naval Club. Head to its monthly Motown show where you'll find impressive musicians and DJs bringing you beloved beats from the 60s until now.

Moonshine Saloon Liverpool: Western Cocktail Experience

@ Moonshine Saloon on Various dates from Tuesday 21st May 2024

Rub shoulders with outlaws and become a part of a covert liquor operation with tickets from £36.50 to Moonshine Saloon Liverpool: Western Cocktail Experience. Upon entry, the tailor will kindly dress you so you don't attract any unwanted attention from bandits or the Sheriff, the latter of which is keen on bringing your leader, wanted man, Clyde Cassidy, down. Smuggle in spirits and watch as they're whipped up into four bespoke concoctions by world-class bartenders as well as deal cards and role dice as part of this immersive experience. 

Punch Tarmey's

For a bucketload of fun events in the city's largest authentic Irish pub, check out what's on at Punch Tarmey's. They hold regular pre-match entertainment for football fans, as well as all kinds of live music from talented tribute acts to circus-themed DJ sets or traditional folk music.


Fancy adding another cuisine to your repertoire? Over at Liverpool ONE, YO! is holding an exciting school where you can learn the art of sushi preparation. Learn the history of the Japanese cuisine, as well as make four different types of it yourself.