Casinos in Liverpool

If you are planning to take a trip anywhere in the UK, be sure to read our guide to casinos in the UK first.

Liverpool’s heart is in its shipbuilding history, but in recent years the city has boomed through the service industries and after a period of regeneration is one of the top shopping destinations in the UK. If you can’t get it here, you probably can’t get it! The city’s rich history also has an overtly musical heartbeat as perhaps the world’s greatest pop group was born in its terraced streets. Yes, that’s right The Zutons are from Liverpool!

Liverpool Genting Casino Renshaw Street

The Renshaw street branch of the Genting chain of casinos offers roulette, blackjack, poker and baccarat on its eleven table games. If that’s not enough, there are also twenty gaming machines to try out. If relaxing at the bar is more your speed, the hotly tipped ‘Fahrenheit Bar’ serves all drinks at the perfect temperature. Food is also available to those looking for an energy boost!

Liverpool Genting Club Queen Square

This large casino is open 24 hours a day, features a well balanced 20 table games and 20 gaming machines. The casino also boasts a full restaurant and late bar. The casino also offers live entertainment and a variety of televised sporting events, guaranteeing a great night’s fun.

Liverpool Grosvenor Casino Leo

Representing the Grosvenor casino chain in Liverpool, Leo is the only place you’ll need to go for a whole night’s varied entertainment. As well as a very impressive 70 gaming machines and 31 table games, there’s a restaurant, two bars and a stage for live entertainment. The casino also has theme nights so be sure to check what’s on here if you are in town.

Liverpool Mecca Bingo Knotty Ash

This hugely popular bingo chain has an incredible following across the UK. Not one to let the side down, Mecca Bingo Knotty Ash is a large venue that caters to all of your bingo needs, as well as featuring 72 gaming machines. There’s a licensed bar and a cafe that offers table service food so you won’t go hungry or thirsty. The gaming space opens at 11am Monday to Saturday and from 12pm on Sunday. If you think that bingo is just for old ladies, now’s the time to visit and see how the times have changed!