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Calderstones Park

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Calderstones Park

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Calderstones Road, Liverpool L18 6HS England
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Come learn about the Beatles and other ground-breaking British musicians with this admission ticket to the British Music Experience at the National Museum of Popular Music in Liverpool. Spend as little or as much time as you'd like exploring the eight zones of the experience. Learn about the last 70 years of British music with video interviews, displays of memorabilia, and interactive areas where you can dance or try to play popular songs yourself.
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Mark J wrote a review Oct 20
Liverpool, United Kingdom67 contributions12 helpful votes
I walk passed this beautiful building several times a week whilst out walking the dog but I’ve not had the opportunity until today, to visit the Manor House after it’s refurbishment and wow!!!The building work/modernisation is fantastic. If you’re in the park and fancy a coffee and a cake or even a longer snack, please don’t hesitate to stop off. The food was very tasty although I personally would have liked a little more salad with my panini but, that’s a personal choice.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Daniel S wrote a review Aug 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
Calderstones park is well suited for all sorts of people. Huge fields for dog walkers. A play park for the kids and a lovely cafe for everyone!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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robertmU5328DU wrote a review Aug 2020
Carlisle, United Kingdom228 contributions79 helpful votes
Visited calderstones park with dogs and daughters on a mission to find one of the oldest oak trees in the U.K. it was growing before the battle of Hastings !! Of course my daughters didn’t know when that was !! It is situated behind the main White House and cafe and is protected with railings and it is so beautiful. The signage isn’t very good in the park so had to continually ask locals where the tree was and they were all very helpful indeed . Didn’t stay long as the park was very busy and my dog doesn’t like crowds but I found the tree intensely moving , if you’re feeling sad it will take you to a different place , you must see it
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Date of experience: August 2020
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lilypug2 wrote a review Aug 2020
Liverpool, United Kingdom184 contributions33 helpful votes
Everything is nice about the place. Brilliant for taking your dog for a walk. The children's park is good too. There are some lovely things to just take a leisurely walk around and take a look at. The ice cream parlour is realy nice. Because of having to queue it was a pain in the arse but worth the wait. Congratulations to all that look after such a beautiful park.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Anita wrote a review Jul 2020
Scunthorpe, United Kingdom1,135 contributions112 helpful votes
Thus us a lovely park but Sefton just up the road is better. We mainly visited to see the Calder Stones, but there was no access to them. Could see them from a distance only. Had I been aware I wouldn't have gone. We still had a pleasant walk.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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