Sefton Park - Liverpool’s patch of heaven
Sefton Park is a beautiful Grade I listed green space south-east of Liverpool’s docks. It carries Green Heritage and Green Flag awards, earned through its beautiful landscape architecture and rustic monuments. Its large boating lake has a popular walking route around it, and those with an angling permit can fish it.
Welcome to Birkenhead
Just across the river from the iconic skyline of central Liverpool, Birkenhead is a district in the north-east of Wirral. Its famous historic area, Hamilton Square, is an exceedingly attractive part of the town, boasting the highest concentration of Grade I listed buildings outside of London. The area has another prominent claim to fame, being the home of Birkenhead Park, the first publicly-funded park in the world. More modern features like the huge Pyramids Shopping Centre and Carr Farm Garden centre regularly draw visitors from the Merseyside area and beyond.
The Lady Lever Art Gallery
A community staple since the Edwardian era, the Lady Lever Art Gallery stands in the picturesque Port Sunlight area of south Merseyside. Its exhibits are taken from and inspired by the collection of the original founder of the gallery, Lord Leverhulme, and offers an incredible glimpse into some of the most significant periods of western art.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Sefton Park? Travelodge Liverpool Docks Hotel is a 10-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Liverpool Aigburth Hotel.