Don’t wait until the weekend to treat yourself and have fun. There’s plenty of fun things to do in Liverpool on a weeknight – take a look at our suggestions for some mid-week inspiration.
Paintball – but indoors
Looking for a Liverpool night out with a difference? Why not book a round of indoor paintball at Nerf Centre Liverpool? The venue, situated right in the heart of the city, is the regions only indoor paintball arena and is open until 11pm. Whether you’re looking to book a corporate event or stag & hen party, the team can offer tailored packages to suit any group. Book your session at Nerf Centre Liverpool here.
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Palm House – evening events
Sefton Park makes for a great day out, but did you know there’s a whole host of amazing evening events taking place throughout the year at the Palm House? From talks with gardeners to festivals and performances, the house comes to life on an evening and is just a few minutes’ walk from Mossley Hill station. The park is the perfect spot if you’re looking for things to do in Liverpool at night.
Experience China town
Fancy treating yourself to a mid-week Chinese feast? Did you know Liverpool is twinned with Shanghai and is home to one of the oldest Chinese communities in Europe and the perfect place to grab some authentic oriental cuisine? There’s a range of amazing restaurants in China Town if you want to eat in, many of which also do take out, so you can always take your dessert home if you’re feeling full. If your visit inspires you to whip up some delicious Asian dishes at home, an evening at the Chinese supermarkets in China Town is a must.
See a show
Still looking for something to do after a delicious meal in the city? The Echo Arena Liverpool has a fantastic calendar of events from live music to comedy performances and sporting events. Located at the Kings Dock on Liverpool’s Waterfront, this contemporary venue has hosted some of the world’s most famous names and faces. Why not check out what’s on at the Liverpool Echo Area here.
Photo credit: Liverpool Echo Arena