Where to enjoy spring bank holiday weekend

With sunshine and blue skies set for the long weekend, there’s plenty to see, do and explore around the dock to make the most of the extra day. 

The Long Shot

Teaming up with McLaren for the occasion, the dock’s resident sports bar will be home to a Formula 1 simulator on Sunday 28th between 12pm-4:30pm. The top times will then go into a draw, with one lucky person winning an F1 team experience in Britain.

Those who favour footie over F1 needn’t worry, as the bar will also be showing matches from Survival Sunday.

Maritime Museum

With this weekend marking the 80th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic, head to the Maritime Museum to discover Liverpool’s seafaring past. Home to a section of free exhibitions and displays, travel in time with On The Waterfront, and learn about the famous Liverpool liner with Lusitana: Life, Loss, Legacy.

Burnt Milk Hotel

On Sunday 28th May, join Burnt Milk Hotel for a full bodied blend of disco and house music. Enjoy vinyl only DJ sets from Fairhurst and Mark Hanson from 1pm-6pm, accompanied with an extensive cocktail, coffee and wine menu with this free to enter party.


Kick start the bank holiday weekend celebrations with a trip to Lunyalita for a Beatles-themed quiz night on Friday 26th. From 7pm-9pm, dance or sing-along to the Fab Four’s famous hits, which are played flamenco-style by their resident guitarist, while tucking into a selection of Spanish tapas dishes.

The One O'Clock Gun 

For those making the most of the extra day off, head to The One O’Clock Gun for the perfect pick me up. Now offering a delicious breakfast menu on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-11:30am, tuck into a selection of fresh pastries, butties and cooked breakfasts for the perfect start to the day.


Transport yourself to the sunny streets of Mexico while keeping your feet in Liverpool with Madre’s tropical paradise. Located in Anchor Courtyard creating the perfect sun trap, tuck into a  mouthwatering Mexican offering complete with tasty tacos and margaritas.

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