Rain again?! Best activities to do in Liverpool this rainy Bank Holiday weekend.
While the weather forecast might not be in our favour for the upcoming August Bank Holiday weekend, there’s no need to let the rain dampen your plans. Liverpool has plenty to offer even on rainy days, ensuring that you can have a fantastic time indoors.
We have made a few suggestions that you can use to explore the rainy weekend in the city.
Escape the rain and enter a world of creativity at Tate Liverpool. This renowned art gallery hosts a diverse range of modern and contemporary artworks that will captivate your imagination. Wander through thought-provoking exhibitions and gain insights into the world of art while staying dry and inspired.
Indoor Mini Golf
Liverpool has a selection of indoor mini golf courses around the city centre, including Junkyard Golf and the newly launched Gravity Max, which is only a two-minute walk away from LILA*. You and your friends can hide from the rain and compete against each other for Mini Golf Champion!
Watch a Movie at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology)
Stay indoors with a bucket of popcorn and enjoy a creative experience at FACT. This media arts centre not only screens the latest films but also hosts exhibitions and events related to digital art, technology, and culture. It’s a great way to spend a rainy day, with plenty to explore.
Board Games and Coffee at Sugar and Dice
Sugar and Dice is a board game café located just outside of Liverpool One on Cornhill. With an extensive collection of board games and card games, along with food and drink, you’re in for hours of laughter, competition, and bonding with friends.
Liverpool Central Library
If you love books and reading, Liverpool Central Library is perfect on a rainy day. There is a huge collection of books, magazines, and digital resources. The beautiful architecture and good ambiance make it an inviting space to read, study, or simply unwind.
Visit the World Museum
Rainy days provide a great opportunity to expand your knowledge and learn something new. The World Museum offers a range of exhibitions that cover everything from natural history to ancient civilizations. Spend your day exploring artifacts, interactive displays, and engaging exhibits that will keep you entertained and educated.
We hope you all enjoy the August Bank Holiday weekend and enjoy our suggestions of things to do around the city. Please note that LILA* is closed on Bank Holiday Monday (28th August) and will be reopen on Tuesday 29th August.