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Croxteth Hall & Country Park, Liverpool
(4.2/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • First ever visit and will definitely be returning very often. Initially arrived at the staff /disabled car park and realised we needed to about turn to the main public car park some distance away. Ign...  more »
  • Loved going around the farm and our Grandaughter enjoyed seeing Father Christmas, perhaps a little simple compared to the spectacular ones in Liverpool! But she thought it was the real thing so missio...  more »
  • I booked online it cost £30 for 3 grandchildren it was advertised as fantastic day out with workshop with crafts and. Present of Father Christmas it only cost £10 for family of 4 around the farm all y...  more »
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  • I visited one of the Halloween events at Croxteth Hall Liverpool with my daughter and three grandchildren. We have visited Croxteth Hall several time, over a number of years. Every time we visit we see something new and with the excellent help[ of the volunteers who give their time, energy and enthusiasm to help make these visits so special for us. Today was brilliant not only did we experience the thrill of the Halloween tour finding the letters to help the children complete the word quiz, located around the rooms. But assisted by excellent and very knowledgeable volunteers, dressed as maids, who took us on a wonderful and journey explaining and offering fact that brought the house and its passed inhabitants alive. My grandchildren loved the experience and were excited to follow and listen to the women maids as they unfolded the past to the children. My grandchildren said they enjoyed the event and especially the maids stories and information about the house and said they had learnt a lot. This is worth a visit and the volunteers are more than pleased to walk you through the rooms answering questions and offering stories. I can only say thank you for your time and the enjoyable day. These homes are part of our history it helps us understand the past and hope for the future, the stories and people who have lived in the homes offer us an excellent incite into past lives. These homes are under threat from government cuts, which in turn could mean closure for many we shouldn't allow our children's heritage to disappear please support your local Stately Home especially Croxteth Park.
  • I have been visiting here for a number of years, it is a great park with lovely woodlands and the hall is amazing. The stable cafe is okay for food a little expensive, it has been cleaned up recently so is a tad more hygienic. The farm is great to visit with the children, this has also been revamped a bit, but a lot better than what is used to be like. Overall a great place to visit, but it just needs a good spending spree to revamp the area. Also to many dogs off leads!
  • Park is lovely and well kept, the price off the house tours and shop is overpriced and security are like wannabe police officers. 2 vans drove towards me then four men came out of them to tell me I could fly a drone "ON" park grounds. At the time I was not standing in the park but on the edge of it. - was happy to see them all speech less. Either way I landed and left. Playground has a younger and older parts separate the is a park petting farm.
  • I live in the United States now, but back in 1965 through 1971 I lived at Croxteth Hall. I loved it. The estate was much bigger back then. There was horses, cow's, greyhounds and lots of other animals on the farms. The last time I was there, was back in 1986. I must say it was a great time in my life. I remember Lord and Lady Sefton on their many walks throughout the estate. I will never forget the Hall, it was so impressive and and so big. I love living in the U.S. And consider myself a proud American, but if there is one place I would love to go back and live, it's Croxteth Hall.
  • Good place to visit with the family and plenty to keep the kids occupied whilst enjoying the grounds and gardens.