Liverpool Weather March Averages, United Kingdom
What's the Weather Like in Liverpool in March
March is the beginning of a slight warming trend for Liverpool as the city and the region begin to emerge from a long and cold winter. Now that spring has officially arrived, this can be a good time to visit the area. With smaller crowds, there are shorter lines at the major attractions and most popular restaurants. Do, however, keep in mind that it can still be cold, especially during the early part of the month.
While still on the cold side, temperatures are at least slightly warmer than they have been over the winter months. The average overall daily temperature for this time of the year stands at 7°C (45°F). Sweaters and heavy jackets are still needed first thing in the morning when average overnight lows will fall to 5°C (41°F). However, temperatures are slightly warmer in the afternoon with highs climbing to 9°C (48°F). With winds coming in off the nearby sea, it can also feel cooler than it actually is.
Water temperatures continue to be on the cool side as well throughout the month. The average temperature is just 8°C (46°F). In fact, these are the coolest the water temperatures will be throughout the entire year. As a result, most people tend to visit the area beaches during other times of the year. Additionally, the region will only experience an average of 6 hours of sunshine a day during the month.
A stray snow shower is not out of the question during the early part of the month. However, that risk will diminish as the temperatures rise slightly as the calendar gets closer to April. On average, the region will experience an average of 64mm of precipitation throughout the month. Most of the month is dry as only 10 days receive any measureable precipitation.
Hotels in Liverpool in March
Hilton Liverpool City Centre
Those who have Hilton points or who prefer a hotel brand known worldwide, will want to check into the Hilton Liverpool City Centre. The hotel provides contemporary accommodations and is located just steps away from transportation hubs as well as the most popular attractions and restaurants. Guests can take advantage of the 24-hour fitness center as well as the on-site bar and restaurant.
Lyndhurst and Eriscote Serviced Apartments
If you need a little bit more room, then the Lyndhurst and Eriscote Serviced Apartments are just the thing. Perfect for an extended March holiday, the apartments offer a little more space than a traditional hotel room and provide all the comforts of home. All rooms have private baths, televisions and elegant furnishings.
Mount Royal Hotel
Overlooking the gardens, the Mount Royal Hotel is a privately owned hotel offering 25 luxurious rooms and suites. Each room features a private bath, free WiFi, luxurious linens and more. Guests can also relax at the end of a long day with a drink in the on-site bar followed by dinner in the hotel.
Bars and Restaurants
Located in the heart of the city is one of Liverpool's best Italian restaurants, Trattoria 51. Guests can get a true taste of Italy with seafood and meat classics. You will be welcomed into a warm and laid back atmosphere where you can sit and enjoy the numerous food and drink options.
Etsu Japanese Restaurant
Open since 2007, the Etsu Japanese Restaurant brings authentic Japanese food to the city. The restaurant features a cosy and relaxed atmosphere and chefs with a combined 70 years of experience. Because there is only room for 48 guests at a time, it is important to make reservations early
Dead Crafty Beer Company
If you are looking for a unique beer that you can't get anywhere else, be sure to check out the Dead Crafty Beer Company. With 20 taps, you can choose from a wide array of some of the best ales you will ever find. Be sure to stay for a while in this relaxed atmosphere and soak up some of the knowledge from the friendly staff.
Things to do in Liverpool in March
The Walker Art Gallery
The Walker Art Gallery is the perfect place to spend a chilly March day while in Liverpool. For over 130 years the museum has housed some of the world's best art in the form of paintings and sculptures. In fact, the museum is home not only to contemporary art, but also Tudor portraits and Victorian paintings. With activities for every age, there is something at the museum for the entire family.
St. George's Hall
Known as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world, St. George's Hall is a must see in the city. Built in the early 1800s, today the building is home to musical events, tours, exhibits and more. It is certainly worth your time to visit and enjoy the stunning architecture.