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Croxteth Hall & Country Park, Liverpool
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We recently took my elderly mum around Croxteth Hall. mums legs arn't what they were, the staff at the hall very kindly lent us a wheel chair, free of charge to go around the hall (there is a lift). T... read more »
Had a wonderful visit to Croxteth Hall. The house was beautiful and interesting. The gardens were a bit shabby (only 3 gardeners) but the greenhouses were amazing with the different plants and collect... read more »
Lovely landscaped gardens, visit the farm animals in the working home farm and a visit to the beautiful Hall is a must .... step back in time into the Downtown Abbey era :) admittedly a smaller versio... read more »
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.
Can I start by saying I am a community support worker, myself and a colleague took a young lady of 20yrs old to Croxteth park today, we walked round the grounds and used the cafe which was all very nice, we thought we would take her to the aminal farm, we asked the lady how much it would cost, I also pointed out that we were her carers, she said it would be £10.50, I told her that the young lady is in a wheelchair and cannot see, she would only be listening to the noise of the animals, she then said "ok" it is £7.00 for the 2 carers, how diabolical can someone be, needless to say we didn't go into the farm and won't be going back there. SHAME ON YOU CROXTETH PARK
A lovely slice of countryside sandwiched between some of Liverpool's...less glamorous estates. It feels far far bigger than it is, especially if you go venturing into the woods. The farm is great for kids - you can buy a bag of carrots and wander round feeding everything in sight. I don't know what happened to the little pedal tractors though, they were awesome. The house is pretty ugly as stately homes go, a little bland, square and utilitarian. Inside is much more interesting and worth the ticket price if you're into that sort of thing. Never tried the cafe but the gift shop sells lovely ice cream.
Great park to have a nice long walk or run. And the bonus is the home farm, where you can see some rare livestock :-)
Great place and good prices. Spent a lot of time here as kids and loved it. Brilliant for relaxing family days out in the summer and nice for a stroll in the winter. Parking is just a very short walk from the Hall and disabled parking even closer.
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