Watersports in Liverpool
Liverpool Docks is a fantastic place to experience water activities and to see the World Heritage site from a different perspective. Liverpool Watersports Centre and Liverpool Wake Park, which both have plenty of activities to choose from, are about 10 minutes' walk from the Youth Hostel. Both places are suitable for individuals, school groups and party groups.
What makes it special
- Great fun amidst the iconic buildings of Liverpool's waterfront
Activities from £10 per hour
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