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  • Writer's pictureSaffron Sumner

17 free workspaces in Liverpool!

I love working from home. Though, I know it's good to switch it up. Introducing free workspaces!

Sometimes, when creativity is lacking, or you need a new environment, co-working is a go-to.

But we don't want to spend a pretty penny doing so.

So, here's a list of 17 free places you can co-work in Liverpool!

Based in London or Manchester?

Check them out.

London - 30 free work spaces.

Manchester - 22 free work spaces.

One - The Bluecoat

School Lane. L1 3BX

The Bluecoat is a contemporary art centre where you can experience art in a new way.

Based in the city centre, it is easy to get to and is in a beautiful Grade I-Listed building.

You can either work in their cafe or, if it's a nice day, a gorgeous garden is dying to be used.

Two - One Fine Day

The Cotton Exchange. L3 9BS

One Fine Day has several workspaces to choose from.

A vibrant cafe that serves brunch and as much coffee and tea as you can handle.

There is also an outdoor space if you need fresh air after a long day at work or just fancy taking a break.

Three - The Central Library

William Brown St, Liverpool L3 8EW

The Central Library has been remodelled into a beautiful building fit for any worker.

It has WiFi throughout the building, so you never have to worry about getting online.

If you've forgotten your laptop - we've all been there - then are 150 computers at your disposal!

Four - LEAF, Bold Street

65-67, Bold St, Liverpool L1 4EZ

LEAF has a rich history on Bold St.

The building was originally a tea room, then a cinema, then a clothes shop, until finally it became LEAF as we know and love it today.

The building is spread over two floors, so there is lots of space to work.

Five - Tusk, Baltic

52 Rose Ln, Liverpool L18 5ED

If you have unconventional working hours, then Tusk Baltic is the place for you.

Only open Friday - Sunday, Tusk Baltic serves incredible Pan Asian street food and cocktails.

It's the perfect place to entertain potential clients or enjoy delicious food while you work.

Six - Root Coffee, Seel Street

52 Hanover St, Liverpool L1 4AF

Root Coffee is an independent speciality coffee shop. It's open Monday-Sunday, so whatever your working week looks like, there's always a place for you at Root Coffee.

Established in 2015, Root Coffee has been a central part of Liverpool's coffee scene.

Seven - Bean Coffee, Princes Dock

20 Chapel St, Liverpool L3 9AG

Bean Coffee was made with remote working in mind.

There is free WiFi for all customers and a spacious seating area so that you won't be cramped with your laptop on your lap.

There are even business meeting facilities for bringing your entire team down to Bean Coffee with you.

Eight - Ryde, Baltic Triangle

5 Mann St, Liverpool L8 5AF

Ryde is a bicycle cafe in Liverpool's Baltic Triangle.

Established in 2016, it combines a love for cycling, coffee, and food.

If you cycle to your workspaces, this is the perfect spot.

They serve food all day and have coffee to suit whatever mood you may be in.

Nine - Rococo, Lord Street

First Floor, 61 Lord St, Liverpool L2 6PB

Rococo is an Independent coffee house in a historic building on Lord Street in Liverpool's city centre.

They aim to save Liverpool from corporate coffee, so why not spend your working day here and join the cause?

They also serve food if you're hungry or need a break.

Ten - Chapters of Us, Baltic Triangle

44 Simpson St, Liverpool L1 0AX

Chapters of Us is a space for coffee and food lovers to enjoy their time.

Open from 9 am until late; you can spend your entire working day here.

It's also dog friendly, so you can bring your adorable pooch to work with you.

Now that sounds like a perfect day.

Eleven - Cafe Lucaya, Water Street

Tower Building, 22 Water St, Liverpool L3 1BH

Cafe Lucaya - pronounced 'little higher' without the H - is a large, airy space with vast windows overlooking Water Street so you can do your work with a view.

They serve food all day to keep you powering through.

Twelve - The Brink

21 Parr St, Liverpool L1 4JN

The Brink is the UK's first dry bar.

This means they serve only non-alcoholic drinks, perfect if you want that social bar feel but need to focus on your work.

It's also incredibly unique in that the profits made go back into the community to help those struggling with addiction or alcoholism.

Doing your work here can really change someone's life.

Thirteen - 92 Degrees Coffee

24 Hardman St, Liverpool L1 9AX

92 Degrees Coffee is the most ethical and eco-friendly coffee house in Liverpool.

They are partnered with Project Waterfall, helping to end the water crisis in our lifetime.

They also only buy coffee from community farming projects.

This means when you spend your working day in 92 Degrees Coffee, you are helping to create a better world.

They also have long tables with plenty of room, so you're not cramped throughout the day.

Fourteen - FACT

88 Wood St, Liverpool L1 4DQ

FACT has a wide array of galleries, so whatever your taste in art is, you can work close by.

Since they are a charity, it's free entry, so you won't be breaking the bank by choosing to do your work here.

If you prefer working in a gallery, then FACT also has a cafe and a bar to choose from.

Fifteen - Mackenzie's

32 Rodney St, Liverpool L1 2TP

Mackenzie's is Liverpool's answer to the whiskey bar.

A perfect spot if you want to entertain clients or do some work over a single malt.

They have comfy sofa-style seating if you prefer to relax while you work, or they have long tables to spread out on.

The choice is yours.

Sixteen - Bold Street Coffee

6-8 Castle St, Liverpool L2 0NB

Bold Street Coffee is known for its coffee for a good reason, with rotating blends on the menu.

This coffee shop has lots of table space, so there's room for you to bring all the work equipment you might need.

With its funky decor and social atmosphere, it's the perfect place to work.

Seventeen - Coffee & Fandisha

5 Brick St, Liverpool L1 0BL

Coffee & Fandisha is a speciality coffee shop and luncheonette.

They make fantastic coffee to keep you alert and motivated to get on with your work throughout the day.

You can also snack on their baked goods or fancy lunches, a reward for doing a great job at work!

Hopefully, you have found our guide to free workspaces in Liverpool helpful; we help those in their 20s self-manage self-employment.

Often, this starts with a place to do work!

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