Over the last few years the Baltic Triangle has turned into one of the coolest and most creative parts of Liverpool!

The converted warehouses are home to bars, coffee shops, gig venues, crazy golf courses, a wild night of bingo and regular festivals. At just a 15 minute walk outside of the city centre, a trip to the Baltic Triangle on your visit to Liverpool should be high on your list. 

To help you plan your trip to the Baltic Triangle we have picked out everything you should check out. 

From food and drink, to events and everything in between, we have you covered.  


Liverpool’s first ever street food market, The Baltic Market has become one of the go-to places for great food and drink on a weekend out in the city. The huge warehouse contains an ever changing selection of local independent food stalls, a fully stocked bar and loads of events from live music to quizzes and themed nights.

It’s a great place to head with your mates, for date night or for a family day out - pet pooches included!


Street art is currently taking over Liverpool and it’s making a colourful addition to our already creative streets. The Baltic Triangle is one of the best places to head to spot some of the city’s most recognised art. See if you can find the famous liver wings, the huge mural of Liverpool FC’s manager Klopp or the Abbey Road crossing. They will make for some great pictures to take home with you.

Check out this blog on Liverpool’s finest street art.


The great thing about the Baltic Triangle is the selection of bars it has to offer. You can head down in the day for some casual day drinks in the sun or plan a night out in all the quirky bars and breweries. 

There’s everything from secret gardens (Botanical Garden), bars inside a yellow submarine or pubs that reflect the city’s rich maritime heritage (The Baltic Fleet). 

Check out our guide to all the bars to head to on a Baltic Bar Hop


Alongside everything in the Baltic Market, there are loads of other places to head for something to eat. Try the The Baltic Social for their punk afternoon tea, Fodder Canteen for a big bowl of Scouse or to Dockleaf for a roast dinner that will set you up for the rest of the week. 


Music is the backbone of our city and the Baltic Triangle has become a hub for gigs, events and everything creative you can shake a stick at. The converted warehouses have made way for some great music venues with local and touring bands packing them out all week. 

Check out venues like Constellations, District, Hangar 34, On Air or 24 Kitchen Street for events to suit everyone’s taste. 


If you haven't been to or heard of the bingo phenomenon sweeping the nation then you’re missing out. The Baltic Triangle is home to co-creator Jonny Bongo’s night of bingo with a difference. Head to Content for a night of crazy music, dancing on benches, outrageous prizes and of course, a bit of bingo.

We caught up with Jonny Bongo to get the inside scoop on what Bongo’s Bingo is all about - read about it here to get an idea on what to expect!


During the summer months, The Baltic Triangle is alive with music events. For the last two years, the first bank holiday weekend in May has played host to Sound City Festival which has welcomed some huge up and coming names to it’s line up, local acts and plenty more things to see and do. 2020 will welcome headliners Pale Waves and Friendly Fires to the stage so it's goin to be a good one! 

Liverpool Disco Festival and the Baltic Weekender are also held in various venues across the area! You never know what might pop up next.

Check out our guide to all the festivals happening in Liverpool this year.  


A trip to the Baltic Triangle isn't complete without a round of Ghetto Golf. Head into the old Cain’s Brewery warehouse for a game of golf with a difference. Traverse your way around the course as you take on obstacles you won't find at any other golf establishment then grab a drink in the bar and take in the insta-worthy surroundings.  


If you fancy somewhere to chill out and rest your legs with a caffeine fix then there are loads of places to head for a refreshing coffee. Check out Coffee & Fandisha, Ditto Coffee, The Baltic Roastery or Ryde for that little bit of a pick me up.


Red Brick Market is a hidden gem of a shopping warehouse. Head into the vintage maze to discover everything from arts and crafts, vintage clothes, vinyl, furniture and everything in between. You never know what you might end up leaving with. 


For those rainy days, or even those sunny days, there is no better place to head than Sugar & Dice for an afternoon of board games and cake. They have hundreds of board games for you to pick from with new ones getting added all the time, so it makes a change from those ill fated family Monopoly sessions. 

There are also board game experts on hand to help you out with the rules and top up your tea when the game gets a bit intense. 

The Baltic Triangle district of the city is definitely a place you should check out on your trip to Liverpool - there is so much to do you’ll be planning your second visit the minute you leave! Let us know where you are heading over on our Twitter @VisitLiverpool or tag us in your Instagram posts. 

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Baltic Market
Cafe / Bar
Small coloured food vendors inside an airy warehouse. There is festoon lighting and people sat at tables and benches.

Liverpool's first ever street food market, Baltic Market situated on the redeveloped Cains Brewery site.

Abbey Road Mural
Arts & Culture
A brick wall painted with the famous Abbey Road crossing for people to take their own selfies.

On Grafton Street you'll find a mural depicting the famous Beatles Album Cover, Abbey Road.

The Liverpool Wings by Paul Curtis
Painted wings on a brick wall in the Baltic Triangle. they are the same colour green as the Liver Birds.

Created by local artist, Paul Curtis the huge artwork allows people to transform themselves into an iconic Liver Bird.

Red Brick Vintage
Red Brick Vintage - shopping with a twist

Not just a ginormous vintage warehouse - it's an experience. A treasure trove of whacky stuff; where you'll find everything from real traffic light fixtures to embellished overcoats fit for an emperor.