There are so many romantic places to propose in Liverpool. It boasts stunning green spaces, beautiful restaurants and gorgeous galleries that would all fit the bill. We’ve rounded up a list of some of our favourites to help you find the perfect spot to get down on one knee.
Here are the most romantic places to propose in Liverpool.
The Wheel of Liverpool
Take your love to new heights by proposing on the Wheel of Liverpool. Instead of piling in with a group of tourists, book a private capsule for you and your S.O to make the event extra special. If you go with a VIP package you can sip champagne and indulge in chocolates while you check out the hustle, bustle and beauty below. Before your ride ends, pop the question and then hit the town and celebrate!
If you’re on the hunt for a proposal worthy restaurant, look no further than Panoramic 34. It’s located on the - you guessed it - 34th floor of the West Tower and offers stunning views of the Anglican Cathedral and city below. But that’s not all! It also boasts a menu filled with drool-worthy eats and a lengthy (and impressive) wine list. Your S.O. will probably be so impressed by the date you planned that they won’t even see a marriage proposal coming.
Walker Art Gallery
If your leading lady (or lad) is a total art fanatic, a gallery is the perfect place to propose in Liverpool. Walker Art Gallery is home to one of England’s largest and most impressive art collections, making it an awesome place for a pre-proposal date. We recommend doing a little bit of research in advance and finding a spot that really suits your relationship for your big moment (perhaps in front of particularly romantic painting or sculpture?).
Hard Days Night Hotel
You can’t really write a list about places to propose in Liverpool and not talk about The Beatles, so this mention is more than mandatory. Book a the aptly named All You Need is Love package at the Hard Days Night Hotel and spend a night in one of its stunning rooms soaking in the stuff of legends (if you feel like splurging, go with the Lennon Suite or Mccartney Suite). Once you’ve popped the question, head down to Bar Four to celebrate with a few glasses of champagne or cocktails.
The Tate Liverpool is another art lovers oasis, packed with more modern pieces than the Walker Art Gallery (it specializes in international modern and contemporary art). It sits right on the water’s edge, so not only will you get amazing views of artworks, you’ll also be treated to stunning sights of the River Mersey. If the gallery gets a bit too busy for your liking, head outside and propose by the love locks on Albert Dock (it’ll be just as adorable, I promise).
Want to escape the city without really escaping the city? Charter a boat and head out on the water for a day of seafaring with your one true love. You’ll sail past the Liver Buildings, Pier Head, Albert Dock and Crosby Beach. When the sun begins to set head out to the deck and get down on one knee and ask them to marry you (just make sure you have a firm grip on that sparkler if the boat is in motion). P.S. There are both four hour and eight hour cruises available, so you can pick what works best for you.
If you’re a landlubber that would prefer to stick to solid ground, you don’t have to give up your dreams of a waterside proposal. Head to Otterspool Park and take a stroll alongside the River Mersey before asking your partner to take the next big step in your relationship. Want to make it even more cute? Rent a pair of bicycles and go for a spin around the park before you ask the big question.
Liverpool Central Library
So, your partner is a bit of a bookworm? A library might be the proposal spot of their dreams. Liverpool Central Library is the largest of the city’s 22 libraries, so you should have no trouble finding a secluded spot in its stacks. If you want to get extra creative, we suggest sneaking their engagement ring inside of their favourite book (just make sure nobody has checked it out before your big moment).
Lady Heyes Holiday Park
Hop in your car and take the 45 minute drive out of the city to Lady Heyes Holiday Park for an epic outdoor proposal. On the campground you’ll find luxury pods decked out with real beds, sofas electricity, heating and even hot tubs, so you won’t exactly be roughing it. Book a short stay and pop the question when you’re laying under the stars (you can see them much better without the city lights).
If you want to celebrate your love in the great outdoors, Sefton Park is the place to do it. It takes up 235 acres of real estate, so you should have no problem hunting down a secluded spot for your proposal. On its grounds you’ll find caves, waterfalls, trails and even a conservatory - giving you plenty of options for your engagement destination. Looking for something a little more exotic? The Japanese Gardens at Calderstones Park is another picturesque place to propose in Liverpool.