Sefton Park Tours
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Enjoy a break from the bustling city center and discover the historic grounds of Sefton Park, a 200-acre (81-hectare) green getaway that hosts nature trails, children’s play areas, and a boating lake teeming with wildlife. Stroll leafy avenues, explore a Victorian conservatory, or relax in one of the park cafes to absorb the atmosphere of the Grade I English Heritage site.
Sefton Park, opened in 1872, offers insight into the city’s heritage, as well as picturesque views of the seasonal landscape. Visitors can explore the park’s landmarks, including the Victorian Palm House conservatory and nearby statues, or relax with plenty of family-friendly picnic spots and play areas. Explore nature on cycling, jogging, or walking routes, and stop for a closer look at the park’s flora and fauna at the boating lake and fairy glen.
Things to Know Before You Go
- Sefton Park is popular with joggers, cyclists, wildlife-watchers, and families.
- Bring your binoculars for a closer view of the park’s wildlife, including grebes, owls, and bats.
- In rainy months, some areas can be muddy, so it’s a good idea to wear boots and pack an umbrella.
- The main paths are wheelchair friendly, though some routes are not.
- Palm House has ramped access, and accessible toilets are available at three locations in the park. The site has two disabled parking bays.
How to Get There
The park is located 2.5 miles (4 kilometers) southeast of the city center. There is some free parking on-site and more available on the surrounding roads. The nearest train station is St. Michaels, about a 20-minute walk to the park, with direct service from Liverpool Central. A regular bus service also operates from the city center; the 75, 80, or 80A will drop you at Hartington Road stop for the north entrance.
When to Get There
Sefton Park is open year-round and offers striking views in every season. Spring brings plenty of dazzling bluebells and daffodils, though autumn’s more dramatic vistas have their charms, too. During summer, the park hosts music festivals popular with locals and visitors alike.
Discover Lark Lane
Lark Lane, situated just off Aigburth Drive and only a few minutes’ walk from the park, is known locally as a more bohemian alternative to the city center. It offers a variety of independent bars, cafes, shops, and restaurants, as well as a community center that runs regular creative events.
Address: Liverpool, England
1 Tours and Activities to Experience Sefton Park
This is the only daily half day private Liverpool Tour available with a qualified Blue Badge Tour Guide and its unique feature is the use of luxury transport for up to 6 guests to see all the wonderful sites of the city centre and the suburbs and perhaps Iron Men statues on Crosby Beach. Your local fun tour guide will show you all of their favourite places and hopefully after the tour you will truly take a piece of this magnificent city away with you. You will have free time to buy souvenirs and the tour can include the pretty village of Port Sunlight and other places on the opposite side of the River Mersey. Its a great tour for a gift or that special occasion and you can tailor it especially for you. We do not have to include Beatles on this tour and we can adapt it to suit your friends and family in your social bubble when we meet you. This luxury tour is a luxury licensed Mercedes V-class which is sanitised and includes bottled water and free WI-FI.
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
Taking safety measures
Face masks required for travelers in public areas
Face masks required for guides in public areas
Face masks provided for travelers
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