Hatters Liverpool Bucket List!
Jasmine’s Ultimate Liverpool Bucket List!
“Hey! My Name is Jasmine and I’m a receptionist at Hatters Hostel in Liverpool, here are some cool things to do in Liverpool when you come and visit!”
Take a Bike Ride!Liverpool has some mint bicycles you can hire for the day or for a few hours or for as long you want. Why not hire one from the city centre and ride it down to the Albert Dock and uber cool Waterfront before bombing it down the promenade alongside the River Mersey out towards Otterspool and Sefton Park.
Take an Evening cruise along the Mersey!One of our favourite views in Liverpool is the one you get of the beautiful Liverpool skyline from the Mersey, if you hop onto one of the Mersey Ferries early evening you’ll see all the cities landmarks light up and shine back at you. A sight to behold trust us!
Discover a Secret GardenHead to the Botanical Garden on New Bird Street in the painfully-cool Baltic Triangle for a refreshing Gin and Tonic in their sunshine filled-garden!
Stare at Naked MenHead out to Crosby beach and see artist Anthony Gormley’s eye catching 100 cast iron (naked) men sprawled along 2 miles of the shore line. Hey why not grab a bike and cycle out!
See Liverpool from the Crows Nest!Head up Liverpool tallest building – the Radio City Tower and grab some awe-inspiring panoramic views across the whole city. On a clear day you can even see as far as Blackpool! Wow! If you’re scared of heights this might not be for you unless you enjoy being sick on yourself.
Take a bus tourIf you want to see the sights but too lazy to walk or read a book, then the open top bus tour could be just the thing for you! Hop on the City Explorer bus, head up to the top deck and sit back and relax as the tour guide points out all the landmarks to you!
Treat your Taste Buds!The Liverpool Food Festival is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary this year and will celebrate Liverpool’s thriving food and drink scene! Head down to Sefton park from 16-17th September, there will be plenty free samples as well for those penny pinchers among you (you know who you are…).
Find a SuperLambBanana!These wonderful sculptures were made for the Liverpool Capital of Culture bid back in 2008. They each weigh a staggering 8 tonnes and over 15 feet in length! There are over 100 of them dotted around the city in various locations. The SuperLambBanana is one of the most popular and instantly recognisable pieces of public sculpture in Liverpool!
Picnic in the Park!Put together a picnic and head out to Sefton Park with friends – how very English! The park is the city’s biggest and a welcome relief to the hustle and bustle of the city centre!