Sefton Park is not your average park. Many of the city’s biggest and best events regularly take place at the 235 acre Grade I listed park, including the Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) and Africa Oye.
When not playing host to a number of amazing events, many visitors will make their way to Sefton Park to explore the beautiful features and monuments on display. View a variety of stunning statues located across the park, including the Eros Fountain, Peter Pan statue and the Shaftsbury Memorial.
Just when you think this park couldn’t be more beautiful, you’ll stroll across the caves and waters that both you and the kids will love to explore, such as Fairy Glen and Old Nick’s caves. One of the inspirations behind The Beatles’ hit song Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is also thought to be located in Sefton Park: the bandstand.
For a fun-filled family day out, Sefton Park is most definitely the place to be. The kids will love the large playground, which features slides, swings, roundabouts, climbing frames and a multi-play area.
The Palm House
One of Sefton Park’s biggest attractions has to be the Palm House. From tea dances to artisan fares, there is always something fun to do at this wonderful venue. The Grade II* listed Victorian Palm House also offers flourishing plant life, which visitors can explore at their leisure.
At a Glance
• Free entry
• Onsite The Aviary Cafe
• Palm House
• Statues and monuments
• Children’s Playground
• Caves and waterfalls