Open Daily 10:00 — 17:00 Last ticket 16:30. Start at Otterspool and work up and appetite for dinner at the Albert Dock! Two cathedrals adorn either side of the stretch and fine dining, theatre and some pretty great watering holes fill the gap. Here are 23 ideas for dates in Liverpool that you are both sure to love. Photo by Colin Lane Why not try your hand at a bit of crazy golf and see if you can get that hole in one. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters See our Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Trying to come up with date ideas can be hard. Luckily for us, we have a world class waterfront to wander aimlessly while getting to know your date.
Put your feet up by the fire, grab a coffee and chat. It is open every third Sunday of the month and is full of art, creatives, award winning local food, drink, crafts and sometimes even live music. It is nowhere to be seen, hidden away like a speakeasy behind inconspicuous doors, encouraging patrons to fall bravely between buildings, stairs that betray nothing of what awaits. Instead of sitting down to a romantic three course meal, it seems more people are sitting down and sharing a dessert instead. Head to Sugar and Dice, the board game café Everybody loves a board game, right? To treat your other half, why not spoil them with the ultimate picnic basket - just remember to wrap up warm if it's chilly out. You could, but why would you when you can go to an actual German beer hall? The inside looks like a Marilyn Monroe makeup set, large mirrors with incredible details on the frame are lit up with fairy lights that cascade themselves around it.
Will they think you look better in your profile pic? Check with Liverpool Markets Team on 07720 829985 to ensure these markets are in operation before you make plans. You could just go to your local for a quick drink. Address: 32 Seel St Botanical Garden Find yourself some dutch courage in the form of gin. After which get over to Bella Italia for some grub, it's cheap and cheerful. Beautiful from the inside and out, you can also climb to the top and see the whole of Liverpool from Vestey Tower. Wander the bustling streets before heading into one of the many Chinese eateries serving dishes from Beijing, Vietnam, Thailand, Sichuan and Quangdong.
Here are our, vague to say the least, instructions on how to find it; find the green light on Seel Street and follow it up the stairs. Just any ideas will be great. Read what it's like to go on one of their. Although everyone knows about the Cathedral not everyone has experienced the stunning 360 degree views of Liverpool and beyond. Check out the and take advantage of this huge sale whilst you can. The Norwegian wood and the antithesis of the hot jewel greens of the lush east will strip away your expectations of Indian cuisine and provide a nice spot to spend the remainder of the evening. The architecture, both inside and outside, is as good as it gets in Liverpool.
The jungle wallpaper on the roof is the actual wallpaper that Elvis Presley had in his New York hotel and there is an array of intimate booths or tables for you to take your pick from. Just a 10 minute drive from the city centre, this indoor is highly rated by the locals. In order to gain access you need to find the correct number off their website, call it, get the password and try and gain access. Then, depending on the weather, head up to the bombed out church, maybe pick up some picky bits from the Sainsbury's opposite. Piano pieces treacle out the sound system and it all makes for a classy and romantic affair. Take a mate and get some halloumi fries or an ice cream roll, or both, and enjoy their brand new mezzanine space coming soon.
The total journey time is 50 minutes and you can break and re-start your journey at any terminal to visit riverside attractions. The Smugglers Cove is one of the biggest bars in the city, and hiding within is a pirate's booty worth of vintage trinkets, rich velvets and broody candelabras that creates a cool pirate venue. Keith's on Lark Lane has free jazz this wednesday. Carluccios , packed with antipasto, salads and wines - all you have to do is pick it up and head to the park. Join Terry, a lonely Shepard who faces a decision between going to see what lies under that bright star in the distance and going to the pub with his mates for Christmas drinks. Exhibitions in our many free to enter from world-class art from the likes of Emin at , to the ancient ruins of the Terracotta Warriors at Musicals direct from the West-End at the , scouse comedy at and upcoming local talent at smaller venues throughout Liverpool. There is of course the Tate which may still have on the Andy Warhol exhibition however the hypocrites that the Tate are, it's expensive to get in to the exhibition.
Some Place is dedicated to educating the world through absinthe, one sip at a time. Grab a bottle of red and take it up to the fire in the balcony or keep that information quiet and and stay outside to get closer together. We also serve a wide range of drinks, from beers to some of the best cocktails in Liverpool, to give you a little Dutch courage on your date. The decor is an illuminati conspiracists dream, it is full of triangles, a suspected ode to the area. .
Race your date at go karting Get those hearts racing with an adrenaline-inducing go kart race on your date! If you think you deserve a treat then you can pay Thornton Hall a visit or spend the day being pampered in 30 James Street. It is 101 metres up so expect some incredible views, a lot of wind and a dash of vertigo. Have you checked any of our suggestions out? Try the River Explorer Cruise, a 50-minute journey, exploring the fascinating history of the city. The natural light during the summer brings this place alive but it is underestimated at this time of year. Address: Green Light, Seel St. Go on a picnic Formby beach and woodland which has been voted one of the top ten picnic spots in Europe. Because everybody enjoys feeling like a kid again, right? Avoid the Mersey ferry at peak times, though; or you may end up clashing with the Liverpool commute.
Go for a ride An indoor go karting track. Feeling inspired by our suggestions? Photo by Colin Lane There are plenty of fantastic green spaces around Merseyside where you can enjoy the scenery for free. Do you have any other first date ideas in Liverpool? The bar is illuminated absinthe green, there are some very unusual cocktails on offer and the melted candle wax becomes borderline art after a few drinks. For further information on any of our exclusive student deals, email us on or follow us on social media to keep updated. Awkward silences, what to wear and where to go. Art galleries and quirky shops rub shoulders with tea houses, ice cream parlours, independent cafes, boutiques, grocery stores and small businesses. Also, stay long enough and you can hit the dance floor together too.