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15 things you can do this week in Liverpool (15-21 July 2024)

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15 things you can do this week in Liverpool (15-21 July 2024)

It might not be coming home just yet (there’s always 2026) but once the Euros hangovers go away there’s plenty more going on over the next few days whether you’re a footy fan or not.

If you’re stuck for ideas, here are 15 things to do this week …


Check out the newly updated LFC Museum

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Liverpool FC Museum Launch at Anfield, 11/07/24. Photo: Nick Taylor/LFC

While we wait for the new season to kick off, why not get your Reds fix by visiting the LFC Museum which has just been relaunched? Interactive displays and memorabilia take you on a journey through the club’s rise to be one of the most successful in the world, ending with a tribute to ex-boss Klopp. Find out more here.


The Gruffalo is visiting Knowsley Safari on Sunday

The Gruffalo - Knowsley Safari - The guide Liverpool

Generations of youngsters have grown up reading about and loving Julia Donaldson’s The Gruffalo and little fans have the chance to meet and greet their favourite friendly monster at Knowsley Safari. He’ll be popping up and making guest appearance around the foot safari through the day this Sunday. Find out more and book your tickets here.


Celebrate 90 years of the Queensway Tunnel with FREE tours this weekend

It’s 90 years since Queensway Tunnel opened and to celebrate, instead of driving through you’ll be able to experience it in a more fascinating way by taking a unique behind the scenes tour free. Walk under the road, discover all about the tunnel’s history and why it’s such a sought-after movie location. Book your tour here.


Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance at Liverpool Empire

Lord of the Dance - Liverpool Empire - The Guide Liverpool Calendar

Created 27 years ago by Michael Flatley, Lord of the Dance is a spectacular dance show like no other and it’s coming back to Liverpool with a dazzling revival – A Lifetime of Standing Ovations. At the Empire from Friday to Sunday, enjoy brilliant choreography that’s wowed over 60million people worldwide. Book your tickets here.


Totally Tina at the Floral Pavilion, New Brighton

There’ll never be another performer quite like Tina Turner and, if you didn’t get the chance to see her in concert this is the next best thing. Totally Tina at the Floral Pavilion on Friday stars one of the UK’s leading tribute acts, Justine Riddoch, belting out all the hits like Simply the Best and Nutbush City Limits. Book tickets here.


Bombed Out Church Makers’ Market

Get to the Bombed Out Church this Sunday for the latest Makers’ Market from 10am and 4pm. You’ll find fabulous North West makers, including art, craft and street food, so it’s the perfect place to get something unique and a bite to eat at the same time. No tickets, just a suggested £1 donation. Find out more here.


ChessFest returns to Chavasse Park in Liverpool ONE

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Chessfest – Liverpool ONE .Picture by Gareth Jones

If you love getting all strategic with a game of chess now’s your chance to test out your moves when ChessFest comes back to Liverpool ONE this Sunday. There are all kinds of chess related things happening including free lessons for adults and kids, social games, a tournament and giant chess.


Overnight stay at the Halyard Hotel

Credit: The Halyard Hotel
Credit: The Halyard Hotel

For a beautiful place to stay right in the centre of town, you’ve got to try the Halyard Hotel on Duke Street. It only opened in the spring but it’s been getting amazing reviews and when you go you realise why – the interiors are stunning and it’s in such a great location, perfect for a city centre overnight. Find out more here.


Home-made pies, great drinks and Sunday Roast at Love Lane Brewery

If you’re in the Baltic looking for somewhere for a tasty home-cooked lunch or dinner you should check out Love Lane Brewery Bar & Kitchen. It’s got all the feel of a traditional pub, with beers brewed on site, and a delicious menu including the chef’s pie, fish and steak of the day and a top-class Sunday roast. Find out more here.


Summer shopping at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet

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Credit: Cheshire Oaks

We’re still planning for a gorgeous summer, or a nice holiday somewhere hot, so it could be time for a wardrobe refresh at Cheshire Oaks. You’ll find loads of sale offers on top of already discounted prices and the Great Summer Social is back with a big wheel, mini golf course, free family games and activities. Visit the website here.


You’re invited to The People’s Service at Liverpool Cathedral this Sunday

Credit: Liverpool Cathedral
Credit: Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Cathedral celebrates its centenary this year with a programme of events and that includes The People’s Service happening this Sunday at 3pm. It’s open to everyone and will include the performance of a new anthem, commissioned especially for the occasion by composer Will Todd. Get more info here.


Primal Live raises money for Whitechapel at Camp and Furnace

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For a live music contest where you can get involved, choose the winner and help support a great local cause, head to Camp and Furnace on Saturday from 5pm to 10pm. Primal Live is a battle of the bands raising funds for The Whitechapel Centre with competing artists and celeb guest appearances.


Get a free Heart Health check at Goodison Park 

Have a free heart check-up on Wednesday and Thursday this week at Goodison Park with a mass screening event organised by Everton in the Community. In collaboration with heart failure charity Pumping Marvellous, it’s on between 10am and 2pm and open to anyone aged over 40.


Late night cocktails and good times at Jenny’s Bar

Credit: Jenny’s Bar

Jenny’s just off Fenwick Street in the business district is a disco legend in Liverpool and you’re always guaranteed good times under the glitterball. Open til the early hours Thursdays to Sundays, enjoy NYC dancefloor vibes with classic or signature cocktails like the Lady Marmalade and the Frisco Disco!


Enjoy some of the best food in the city at Duke Street Market

Duke Street Market

Grab a table and share some gorgeous food with something to suit everyone from the vendors at Duke Street Market. You’ll find six different ones to choose from including Spanish small plates from Picar, Cahita Latin barbecue and Big Lola’s San Fran inspired Mexican taqueria. 


For more of what’s on in Liverpool check out our calendar HERE.

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