10 Bank Holiday Monday things to see and do across Merseyside
6 years ago
August Bank Holiday Monday is lining up to be the hottest one since 1990, so let’s get out and enjoy it!
Hang on a sec, an extra day off work, the sun is going to shine and it’s pay day week as well?! Plan a memorable day in Merseyside with this line up of things to see and do in Liverpool on Bank Holiday Monday. Festival fun, beer gardens, tasty, independent food and a bit of splash for the kids in New Brighton, what more could you ask for?
Check out our list of Bank Holiday Monday bangers…..
1 – Winter is coming to Porky’s Ski Hutte
Liverpool’s first and only Pilsner Urquel and apres ski bar, Porky’s invites you to watch the Game of Thrones finale on their massive projector screen with a fresh pint. More info here.
2 – It’s Ice Cold down on the farm
The Ice Cream Farm in Tattenhall is the perfect destination for a bit of bank holiday fun with the kids. Have some fun on the slides and outdoor play areas before spending aaaaaages deciding on your favourite scoop! More info here.
3 – Get down at Folk on the Dock
Folk on the Dock continues into Bank Holiday Monday and you really cant beat a dockside seat, a cold drink and some of the best live acoustic, roots and folk music from all around the world. Line up info here.
4 – Rigby’s Beer Garden
No scouse bank holiday weekend would be complete without a visit to an ‘ald man’s pub in town! We’re heading o Rigby’s to sit in the best city centre suntrap with the best atmosphere. Pint? More beer gardens here.
5 – Get competitive at Chavasse Park, L1
There’s all kinds of sporty fun to be had on Chavasse Park as Liverpool One continues its Summer Sports Day. Grab some lunch at The Club House before taking on the 100m sprint, long jump or javelin? Liverpool One events info here.
6 – Puddles Splash, New Brighton
There’s soft play and splash play on offer over at Marine Point, New Brighton this Bank Holiday as Bubbles World of Play and Puddles Splash open for business. Sunny days at the seaside, ahhhh bliss! Info here.
7 – International Beatles Week continues on Mathew Street
The atmosphere down Mathew Street has been incredible all weekend! Get yourself a slice of the action and take on our Beatles Pub Crawl, but you have to send us your pics @TheGuideLpool to prove you’ve done them all! Info here.
8 – Try out the brand new Gin terrace menu at the Old Stables restaurant
Gin on the terrace? Head to the serene surroundings of Allerton Manor and sample the brand new Gin terrace menu from Old Stables Restaurant and stick around until the twinkly lights in the trees come on! More info here.
9 – Last chance for Golf & Glamour at The Atkinson
Another traditional Bank Holiday trip for Scousers has to be Southport and once you’ve done the fair and the beach, grab an ice cream and wonder over to The Atkinson for a bit of Golf, Glamour and craft for the kids. Info here.
10 – Fall in love with Halloumi fries at Baltic Market
Prepare to drool on your phone at the next sentence….Halloumi fries, ice cream rolls, deep fried Oreos and freshly baked pizza are on offer at Baltic Market 11am-10pm…well you cant start your diet on a Bank Holiday Monday can you?! More info here.
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