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Sefton Park

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Sefton Park

Aigburth, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 1AP Tel: 0151 233 2008

Sefton Park in Liverpool is arguably the best known and most loved by locals. Classified as a Grade One listed park by English Heritage, the magnificent 200-acre Park looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park. In spring the sight of millions of golden daffodils around the lake draws residents from across the city and carpets of bluebells give an impression of rural permanence.

The park features many distinctive curved paths and driveways and beech and other indigenous British trees abound. Amongst the park’s many features are a boating lake, replica statues of Eros and Peter Pan and a café. The park is also home to the famous Palm House, a fabulous glass-panelled building that has been restored to its former glory.

ROAD DIRECTIONS

Exit the M62 at jct 4, turn left onto Queens Drive. Follow Queens Drive (A5058) across the major jct with Menlove Ave & Allerton Rd to merge into Mossley Hill. After going under a railway tunnel, at next traffic lights turn right into North Mossley Hill Rd. Turn at next left into Greenbank Lane. At end turn left when you will see the Park perimeter.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT DIRECTIONS

St Michels Train Station is 1 mile from the Park. Travel up Belgrave Rd until you get to Aigburth Rd. Cross the rd to Lark Lane, follow Lark Lane to the End.
By Bus: 75 from Lime Street to Ullet Rd (bordering the park)every 10 mins, 80 from Lime St to Ullet Rd every 15 mins, 80A Lime Street to Ullet Road every 15 mins. Additionally there is train service from Central Stn to St Michaels which would then involve a short walk across AigburthRd and up Lark Lane.

Sefton Park
Aigburth, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 1AP Tel: 0151 233 2008
Sefton Park in Liverpool is arguably the best known and most loved by locals. Classified as a Grade One listed park by English Heritage, the magnificent 200-acre Park looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park. In spring the sight of millions of golden daffodils around the lake draws residents from across the city and carpets of bluebells give an impression of rural permanence. The park features many distinctive curved paths and driveways and beech and other indigenous British trees abound. Amongst the park's many features are a boating lake, replica statues of Eros and Peter Pan and a café. The park is also home to the famous Palm House, a fabulous glass-panelled building that has been restored to its former glory.
ROAD DIRECTIONS Exit the M62 at jct 4, turn left onto Queens Drive. Follow Queens Drive (A5058) across the major jct with Menlove Ave & Allerton Rd to merge into Mossley Hill. After going under a railway tunnel, at next traffic lights turn right into North Mossley Hill Rd. Turn at next left into Greenbank Lane. At end turn left when you will see the Park perimeter. PUBLIC TRANSPORT DIRECTIONS St Michels Train Station is 1 mile from the Park. Travel up Belgrave Rd until you get to Aigburth Rd. Cross the rd to Lark Lane, follow Lark Lane to the End. By Bus: 75 from Lime Street to Ullet Rd (bordering the park)every 10 mins, 80 from Lime St to Ullet Rd every 15 mins, 80A Lime Street to Ullet Road every 15 mins. Additionally there is train service from Central Stn to St Michaels which would then involve a short walk across AigburthRd and up Lark Lane.

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