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Sefton Park

Sefton Park Drive, Liverpool L17 1AP, England
+44 151 233 2008
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Nice park to spent a sunny afternoon

Nice, big park in the city with a lot of space even when it`s busy on a warm summerday. Kids love... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Best park walk in liverpool

Figure of eight paths around large pond and water walk areas, cris crossed with stepping... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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“glass house” (24 reviews)
Sefton Park Drive, Liverpool L17 1AP, England
Sefton Park
+44 151 233 2008
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Nice, big park in the city with a lot of space even when it`s busy on a warm summerday. Kids love this place.

Thank Nikki-Wim
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Figure of eight paths around large pond and water walk areas, cris crossed with stepping stones.Tree groups stunning, Many water fowl spicies, Eros statue, palm house, cafe,endless grass for dogs and games, but with no mud like in some parks.

Thank claireinverness
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful park with a copy of the Eros statue (better placed than the London one) and a fab Palm House. Pretty good cafe too ...

Thank Phil L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Fabulous park with acres to walk in on a lovely sunny day. Palm house hosts various events through the year and well worth a look if it's open. Free parking all around the park perimeter and definitely visit Lark Lane for cafes and restuarants whilst...More

Thank Liz C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great place to get out of the traffic and noise and take a stroll around the easily followed paths. Plenty of birdlife and waterfowl to watch and snacks and coffee etc. available at more than one venue

Thank John D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A really nice place for a walk. Lovely featured and the glass house is gorgeous,especially on a summer's day :-)

Thank GlumCandy
Reviewed 8 November 2017

Sefton Park is very easy to get to, and is great for a bit of peace & quiet away from the bustling city centre ( a mere 10 minutes away) The palm house is a must-see, but also the Peter Pan statue, the fairy glade,...More

Thank Artists P
Reviewed 7 November 2017

Very nice big park with huge lake and long tracks for running. parking available, very good day out activity specially with children

Thank Mgzafar
Reviewed 7 November 2017

Had a lovely morning here in the summer. The park is larger than you first think and the glass house is amazing. Parking was free and was only a short stroll to Larke Lane were we had a great lunch

Thank gillian_browne
Reviewed 6 November 2017

The wife and I go here almost every weekend. We love strolling around the park and watching the birds on the lake. The cafe in the park centre does really good food too, and very reasonably priced. The park is never boring as every season...More

Thank neil5639
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19 February 2017|
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Response from Claire T | Reviewed this property |
The park isnt locked so you can go as early as you like! And yes you can take a picnic, there are some benches near the swings and by the palm house, however, you could eat your picnic anywhere! Hope this helps!
16 July 2016|
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Response from kittymif | Reviewed this property |
Different things appeal to different people. And people see different things when they visit places