Langtree Park - St Helens' new bastion of rugby
A landmark of the Peasley Cross area of St Helens, Langtree Park is a rugby league stadium and the home ground of St Helens RFC. Finished in 2011, the stadium is the bright new face of rugby in the St Helens area. In its short history, Langtree Park has hosted two Rugby League international games; one between England and Ireland in 2012 and one between Australia and Fiji in 2013.
Exploring St Helens
Nestled between the cities of Liverpool and Manchester, St Helens is a great base for those looking to explore the north-west of England. The area is known for its 20-metre-high sculpture Dream, by Jaume Plensa. Visitors can enjoy great horse racing at Haydock Park all year round, explore award-winning historical attractions like The World of Glass and the North West Museum of Transport, or attend one of its many events held in the bustling town centre.
Take a trip through time at the North West Museum of Transport
One of St Helens' proudest attractions, the North West Museum of Transport is home to a huge collection of road transport vehicles from the past, including cars, lorries, motorcycles, and more. On event days (and the first weekend of every month) visitors can enjoy a free ride on one of the museum's lovingly preserved heritage buses.
Planning a trip to Langtree Park? Travelodge Warrington Gemini Hotel is a quarter-hour drive away, and Travelodge Warrington Hotel can be reached in just over 20 minutes.