Sefton Park, Liverpool
Categories: Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Sefton Park is a serene public park where you can stroll, jog, or bike along the pathways while enjoying the surrounding plant life. Spacious areas are available for sports, or you can boat on the lake. Search for the Peter Pan statue, Old Nick’s Caves, the aviary viewing point, or Bandstand, which is said to have been the inspiration for The Beatles’ Sgt. Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band. For drinks and snacks, head to one of the cafes. The park is easily reached by car, as there are several parking lots available, or the train stop is just a short walk from the site. To visit Sefton Park and get the most from your holiday in Liverpool, create itinerary details personal to you using our Liverpool vacation planner.
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Stunning in this beautiful autumn weather. The golden amber and red leaves among the green are just starting to fall and it looks fab. Sefton Park has it all with its lakes, wide open spaces, tree lin... read more »
A great park during all seasons, great for walking/running/biking! Perfect for all ages, couple, friends and families. They also hold lots of events here which brings a great community feel.
If you are interested in running, there is a yearly 10k around the park. It is popular with joggers and those who wish to take a stroll. The food and drink festival runs here also.
Wonderful place to just walk around, you find a new little hidden part all the time, such a massive park. Good to escape the noise of the city. Keep a look out for events, there's always something going on at Sefton park, including Liverpool International Music Festival, which is free!
A classic public park, splendid at any time if year. Superb landscape, planting and layout. Ranks alongside the best in the UK. Excellent entertainment programme and well used by a variety of sports groups.
Lovely park, excellent to spend a warm summers day in and even the evenings. Often has events on year round.
The annual fireworks display here should not be missed. Considering it's free the show seems to last forever and is very impressive in scale as well. It draws a huge crowd so you need to get there well before the start but there is plenty of room so no crush. Wellies and a torch are also advised!
Beautiful park. Lovely for walks (especially in the summer) and has a great glasshouse
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