What’s on in Liverpool - Ghetto Golf

What’s on in Liverpool

Liverpool is an amazing and fun-packed city, full of history and excitement. Not only is it the place that produced pop music legends The Beatles and super-cool indie rockers Echo & The Bunnymen, it’s also home to two great Premier League football clubs. Not only that, it’s also a place of vibrant nightlife and exciting things to do – and has even been named European Capital of Culture in the last decade.

Speaking of what’s on in Liverpool, there are lots of pubs, clubs and bars for you to drink in. One thing you may not have considered, however, is Ghetto Golf! Ghetto Golf is a new club taking the Liverpool nightlife scene by storm, and it’s a truly unique experience. If you’re a fan of crazy golf (and let’s face it, who isn’t?), then Ghetto Golf could be just the thing for you! The idea was to combine the wacky fun of crazy golf, the exciting colours and creativity of street art and graffiti, and the relaxation and inebriation of great food and drinks. There are also fantastic DJ sets performed regularly by some of the city’s up-and-coming artists – so a night at Ghetto Golf is a comprehensive package full of fun, food, drinks, and music.

Fun things to do in Liverpool

If you’re looking for fun things to do in Liverpool, a night at Ghetto Golf should be right at the top of your list. The unique experience of playing 18-hole mini golf while you drink, dance and enjoy superb street food – courtesy of the fabulous Apocalypse Cow – is not one to be missed. Whether you’re out on the town with a bunch of mates, or you’re looking for some out-there entertainment for your colleagues at work, Ghetto Golf will be able to offer you just the right deal with both corporate or party packages available. Call now to enjoy the bright neon lights and brilliant golf-themed cocktails inside Liverpool’s Cains Brewery building on Stanhope Street – we guarantee that once you’ve tried it, you’ll be back again and again!

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The Coronavirus lockdown means we must suspend our service as we are unable to operate remotely.

The scale and impact of the Coronavirus pandemic has been unpredictable and swift.  We do understand that these are unprecedented and potentially difficult times.

As you are most likely aware the UK Government made an announcement on Monday 23 March about Coronavirus (Covid-19) this included the instruction that, ‘we will immediately:

close all shops selling non-essential goods, including clothing and electronic stores and other premises including libraries, playgrounds and outdoor gyms, and places of worship;

we will stop all gatherings of more than two people in public – excluding people you live with;

and we’ll stop all social events , including weddings, baptisms and other ceremonies, but excluding funerals.

As part of the Hospitality, Leisure and Entertainment sectors the announcement has implications for our business as we are not able to operate remotely. We have suspended our services until the restrictions are lifted for our business and we are able to return to work.

We have contacted all customers who have made a booking and have not been able to attend because of the shutdown.

We have been humbled by the supportive responses from our guests for bearing with us until after we are able to reopen.

Once we are in a situation where the Government deems it safe to return to normal working practices, we will contact all customers with existing bookings to handle reschedules, vouchers and refund requests. For general enquiries, please keep checking our website for further updates.

Thank you and stay safe.

The Ghetto Golf Management Team