Fun activities for your next night out in Liverpool

Fancy something different for your next night out? We have got you covered as below is a list of all the best activity-based places to go to in the Liverpool City Centre.

From escape rooms to karaoke and shooting to ball games, there is definitely something you will enjoy, whether that’s with friends, family, partners or work colleagues!

Even better, most of these destinations are reasonably priced, proving you don’t need to spend a fortune to have lots of fun. All destinations are just a short walk from a Merseyrail station in the Liverpool City Centre, so no need to worry about travel either.

Plan your journey with Merseyrail here.

Point Blank Shooting

Shoot your shot at Point Blank Shooting, where you can have the ultimate night out as you compete in simulation shooting ranges as well as enjoy unique cocktails, steins, bottomless pizza and more!

Choose from over 200 shooting scenarios and show your skills to your friends or family, the bigger the group the cheaper it will be as a maximum group of 10 is just £6.50 each for 1 hour of shooting.

Give the food a shot too as pizza, hot dogs and wings are delicious and no more than £6.50 each.

You can find out more about Point Blank Shooting here.

Address: 25 Castle St, Liverpool L2 4TA

Nearest station: James Street for Wirral Lines (3-minute walk), Moorfields for Northern Lines (4-minute walk)

Junkyard Golf

You can’t go wrong with golf, and Junkyard Golf certainly does not disappoint. Choose from the 9-hole crazy golf courses and prepare yourself for colourful, wonderful weirdness as they are filled with scrap yard slides, wrecked car parts, circus freaks and jungle bathtubs.

As if that wasn’t enough, the site also offers unique cocktail creations for those who have a sweet tooth such as the “Ribena Turner”, “Hot Line Ting”, “Don’t Tequila my vibe”, and “Post Malone.”

Its £8.50 - £10 per person per game depending on when you book, but 50% off golf for students.

For more information, click here.

Address: 1 Paradise St, Liverpool L1 8JF

Nearest Station: Liverpool Central (5-minute walk)

Roxy Ball Room

Roxy “brings the playground to the bar” with a variety of fun activities that everyone will enjoy including shuffleboard, beer pong, crazy pool, ping pong and so much more!

The fun atmosphere is perfect for any celebration, or for casual plans with friends or family.

Quench your thirst with Roxy’s signature or classic cocktails, and snack on Roxy dogs, pizzas and sides for no more than £13 each.

So, if you love ball games, booze, and rock and indie tunes, then definitely give Roxy Ball Room a try!

Click here to learn more.

Address: 26 College Ln, Liverpool L1 3DS

Nearest station: Liverpool Central (4-minute walk)

Pins Social Club

Pins is one of the go-to spots in Liverpool City Centre – and that’s no surprise! You will have a fun night socialising whether that’s bowling, karaoke, shuffleboard, or pool. Even better – all activities are FREE every Tuesday from 5pm, result!

You can also enjoy delicious food from the kitchen (including a yummy Sunday feast) as well as a range of drinks to wash it down. Let the good times roll as its open till late with fabulous entertainment on Saturdays.

What more could you want? Learn more about Pins Social Club here.

Address: 45 - 61 Duke St, Liverpool L1 5AP

Nearest station: Liverpool Central (7-minute walk)


Enter if you dare…get the train to Alcotraz: Cell Block Three-Six, the immersive prison-themed venue for a night you will remember. You must successfully sneak in your own alcohol and fool the prison guards to enjoy delicious cocktails made by your fellow inmates.

Although its slightly on the pricier side…If you and your gang feel up to being on your worst behaviour, head on over to Alcotraz.

Click here for more information.

Address: 36 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4BE

Nearest station: Liverpool Central (4-minute walk)

Lane 7

For as little as £2.50 to £16, get your game faces on and play at Lane 7! There is lots to choose from; choose from bowling, American pool, ping pong, arcades, beer pong and darts. The neon lights and trendy décor make this the perfect location for fun antics with friends.

With all that energy on the games, why not quench your thirst with a drink at the bar – signature tankers and cocktails such as the Garden Ramsey and the Drumstick will make you want to come back for more.

To view Lane 7’s website, click here.

Address: Clayton Square, Cases St, Liverpool L1 1QR

Nearest station: Liverpool Central (1-minute walk)

Ball Park

Why should just kids have all the fun? In Liverpool’s first adult ball pool cocktail bar, you can go wild and be a kid all over again in the ball pit. The fun doesn’t stop there, as you can play other games such as pool, table tennis, ping pong and arcade games from just £7.

Ball Park also offer deals like the Baller Pass, which includes an hour in the ball pit, a cocktail and a shot for just £12 per person as well as Cocktail Masterclasses and Bottomless Brunch. So, whatever your plans, Ball Park has you sorted!

Visit their website via the link here.

Address: 13-21 Seel St, Liverpool L1 4AU

Nearest station: Liverpool Central (4-minute walk)

Escape Live

Test your sleuthing skills at Escape Live! There are several of rooms with popular themes to choose from, such as Peaky Blinders, Dr Watson’s Office and Prison Break. With varying age limits and difficulty, there will be something for everyone to enjoy here. Although for 4 people it is £25pp, it is definitely worth it. 

Think you are up for the task? Click here to learn more and book your place.

Address: Liverpool One, 3 College Ln, Liverpool L1 3DS

Nearest Station: Liverpool Central (5-minute walk)


Get there with Merseyrail

Plan your journey to these destinations and find your cheapest ticket via our website here.

Travel Safe

Passenger safety is our responsibility every day. That’s why we’d like to remind you that you cannot consume alcohol on our trains or at our stations.

If you’re under the influence of alcohol and unfit to travel, we’ll have to refuse you access to the Merseyrail network.

The TravelSafe policy is fully supported and enforced by the British Transport Police. The No Alcohol policy is enforceable under Byelaw 4 of the Merseyrail Byelaw.