Partnerships are a great way to receive maximum exposure for your business to the visitor and business audiences.
Our Partners feature on Visit Liverpool and/or Liverpool Convention Bureau website giving additional exposure to their business along with a number of other benefits which you can find out more about here.
Find out more about our newest Partners…
Alcotraz promises to be one of the most unique cocktail bars in Liverpool. Once convicted, inmates are taken into an exciting world of mischief as they are instructed by a notorious bootlegging gang on the inside to smuggle-in liquor to be used to make delicious, bespoke cocktails. Visitors won’t find a set menu of drinks there…after all, it is prison! The “serving” inmates will deliver a range of tailored cocktails every night based on the liquor visitors smuggle in and their tastes. As new inmates, visitors can expect to see their contraband liquor combined with liqueurs, bitters and syrups to make bespoke, contemporary and classic cocktails perfect for their time behind bars.
Harrison’s is a small independent, family-run business with a big heart situated on the corner of Victoria Street and North John Street which is just a stone’s throw from the famous Mathew Street. They provide a range of fresh, home-cooked favourites such as Scouse, burgers and the traditional roast, as well as offering a large range of beers, gins, and cocktails. Visitors can watch their favourite team on one of the 9 HD screens positioned around the bar and Liverpool fans can even take advantage of the full-sized trophies that are on display and take a selfie or two! A showcase of talented live musicians perform each weekend to customers whilst they enjoy the unique wall art created and painted by Liverpool’s famous artist Paul Curtis.
Abbey Road Bar and Kitchen
Abbey Road Bar and Kitchen is situated in the Cavern Quarter on Harrington Street, a stone’s throw from the famous Mathew Street and sister venue to Harrison’s Bar. A big favourite with those wanting to watch the football whist enjoying freshly cooked food, Abbey Road is the perfect setting to view live sports on one of their 12 HD screens. The menu offers a mouth-watering range of mains and sides with pizzas being a firm favourite with the regulars. And the bar, you will also find a large range of beers, gins and cocktails to choose from. During the weekend, visitors can listen to some of the best local musicians as they provide entertainment and take a look at the unique murals created and painted by Liverpool’s famous artist Paul Curtis.
Point Blank Shooting
Offering bespoke cocktails, frosty steins, bottomless pizzas and competitive simulation shooting ranges Point Blank Shooting has over 200 shooting scenarios to choose from and a leader board waiting for your high score on it.
Their ranges offer exceptional shooting realism, the five real replica guns visitors will find when opening their personal armoury have been replaced with their laser technology, Glocks, Desert Eagles and AK-47’s just to name a few. Point Blank Shooting’s systems are accurate to 0.3 of a millimetre and are used worldwide to train professional shooters. Their scenarios test visitors time, aim and reflexes. Point Blank Shooting have removed the bullets and replaced them with booze and pizza…. winning can be thirsty work. Not bothered about the shooting? No problem, take a seat and get comfortable in their cocktail bar, they have trigger happy hour running and a great selection of bites for visitors to make their way through.
Camp and Furnace
Camp and Furnace is a large-scale, eclectic events space, right at the heart of the Baltic Triangle. The venue encompasses a range of versatile warehouse and studio spaces, making it the ideal venue for those looking for somewhere far from ordinary. From club nights, food festivals and live music events, to exhibitions, installations and corporate functions, Camp and Furnace have mastered the mix of industrial and rustic, to create a completely unique customer experience, no matter the event. Events. Live Music. Nightlife. Performance. Festivals. Art Installations. Exhibitions. Venue Hire. Galleries. Photographic & Video Studios. Warehouse Spaces. Food and Drink.
Escape Live Liverpool
Escape Live Liverpool offers seven exciting Escape Rooms, which task visitors with finding clues, solving puzzles and completing the rooms within 60 minutes! Featuring two Official Peaky Blinders Escape Rooms, taking place in the Shelby’s bookies and Alfie Solomon’s “bakery”; the terrifying “Jack the Ripper” game, which will have visitors trying to escape the infamous killer; the challenging “Dr Watson’s Office”, which places visitors in the middle of a murder mystery, where they are the next victim; and the family favourite “Prison Break”, which takes place in a Prison Cell, and contains a whole plan of how to escape.
There also the world’s only “Horrible Histories” Escape Room, featuring the voice of Terry Deary and its own Virtual Reality Room, featuring eight different Escape Games, from horror, to sci-fi and even games from the world of Assassins Creed.
Before or after their game, visitors are able to enjoy the Rooftop Terrace Bar, to discuss their plan of action, or recall their favourite puzzles and clues with a drink in hand.
Tales from the Necropolis
In the shadows of the biggest cathedral in Britain, lies one of the most mysterious and actively haunted locations in the world; Liverpool’s St. James Cemetery. Once the settlement of an ancient pagan witch-cult, then a quarry, then a Victorian graveyard, this remarkable Canyon of the Dead is crammed with almost 60,000 Victorian and Edwardian corpses and is positively steeped in supernatural folklore and genuine paranormal phenomena. Visitors join Mr. Roberts and Miss Llewellyn – friendly guides- as they lead you down by lantern light and regale you with the incredible, true local legends of ghosts, witches, vampires, black magicians, demonic shadow-entities, and even friendly elf-like creatures… all of which have been sighted countless times at this… otherworldly place. But beware; the phenomena in St. James’ Cemetery have recently started picking up again! This is an adventure for anyone even remotely curious about Liverpool’s mind-blowing supernatural history.