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- A very large park to explore,good paths for walking. Lots of photo opportunities from fountains,lake ,trees and wildlife. I did spot a couple of squirrels. Lovely cafe and even warm enough to sit outside and take in the sceneryWritten November 25, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Crisp air, clean and clear paths, nice coffee and ice-cream - perfect Sunday walk out with my partner in crime, stopped off at museum at The Reader, learnt lotsWritten November 20, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great place to have a bike ride past the dog walkers and the fishermen. Easy access to and from the city centre too. Highly recommended.Written May 22, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Good place for a wander and chill - plenty of grounds to walk around and house to visit plus cafe and the farm for the kids. Plenty of grounds for family groups/playing etcWritten June 3, 2021
- This park separates two iconic teams Liverpool and Everton,until Everton finally move to there new home within a couple of years,but for now this park divides the city with red vs blue.
So In summary this lovely park is a oasis of calm, where you can chill out for a couple of hours and do whatever takes ya fancy.Written September 29, 2022
- Everton Park is a nice green area of Liverpool that if you're planning a trip to the city is most definitely well worth checking out.
A large green expense of park land ,there's really nice walking area's here ,it's popular especially with young families that dog walkers ,when I was here a football team were training and training hard going up and down the steep stepped area of the park, there's also Prince Rupert's Tower here,an 18th century lockup dating from 1787 ,its the emblem of Everton F.C so if your a fan of football most definitely well worth checking out, a nice park ,a great place to visit.Written August 9, 2021
- The beach at Blundell Sands is one of Liverpool’s best kept secrets. There’s plenty of space to park and the views accros the Mersey estuary of Wales are amazing. WonderfulWritten May 16, 2020
- Built in 1355 it was once the tallest building in Liverpool! Great setting by the waterfront and very pleasant to walk round inside, though it could do with more signage, we ended up getting upstairs into some offices! No one there to tell us where to go then! Nice garden to the side of the buildingWritten July 15, 2022
- Green oasis next to Liverpool One and the Hilton Hotel. Grassy area which is good for a picnic. Used by visitors to the docks walking back to the city. Has a restaurant in its familiar pink hues, and the Hilton’s al fresco dining area also overlooks the park.
The park is on a bit of a slope with lots of steps, so I’m not so sure how easy it is to use if your physically challenged or in a wheelchair.
Nice place to enjoy the sunshine in the summer.Written August 5, 2021
- The price are so over priced ! The queue for food to ages and they forgot our order 🤬. By the time our food came our fries we cold and the burger wasn’t cooked properly. However the ice cream and drinks are so good 😊 my kids really enjoyed their ice cream but prices could be a bit cheaperWritten August 12, 2022
- Went for a walk in the park , it was a bright sunny January day, cold but refreshing, it blew the cobwebs away. Lots of squirrels too, they are not frightened of humans so managed to get some good photos. Good to see so many people also enjoying the weather.Written January 23, 2020
- The River Mersey is synonymous with the development of my home city ,the words Liverpool and River Mersey are linked in history ,wether viewing from both sides of the river or enjoying a ferry ride across The River Mersey ,it's such an enjoyable river to view,on a recent flight from John Lennon Airport we flew over The River Mersey and it was so cool,great views , seeing the river from a different perspective was really good,I took some photos before settling down to my flight to Krakow with great images of The River Mersey in my head.Written August 9, 2022
- An oasis of calm in our busy and bustling city is St James Gardens located adjacent to Liverpool Cathedral.
The park pre dates the cathedral ,in fact Liverpool Cathedral was only constructed in 1903 were as the park which was Liverpool's first established public park was opened in 1771 and was known as St James Mount, Quarry Hill or even Mount Zion.
The fact the park / cemetery is below the street level is an obvious sign that it was originally a quarry, from 1829 it was designated a cemetery with 57.839 recorded burials, it remained a cemetery until 1936 and is now a Grade I listed public park .
There's so much to see and so much to enjoy, from The Oratory and Maurice Gandy Memorial at the entrance to the gardens to the ancient tomb stones that proliferate the gardens ,its a cool place to explore.
There are some really interesting features to be found in the gardens ,of particular interest is the Charlybeate Spring and Huskusson Memorial, add to this the stunning views of the magnificent Liverpool Cathedral makes St James Gardens a great place to visit.
Easy to locate adjacent to Liverpool Cathedral and most definitely well worth checking out.Written November 16, 2020
- I love Walton hall park I walk my dog every day there is always lots going on tonight I went to the Circus in the park it was fantastic well worth the money it had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish I would recommend anyone to go before it goes on the 4th September the entertainers were fantastic and the staff were so helpful I am 75 and I think I can say it one of the best nights entertainment I have hadWritten August 30, 2022
- Great place for a relaxing walk, becoming increasingly popular.
Free car parking and gate locking time is posted at the entrance.
A variety of well defined paths through the meadows, small woodland, scrub and alongside the river Alt
Plenty of birdwatching/photography and a variety of plant life.
Mesolithic archeological site with explanatory site board and there’s a downloadable interactive app available to fully explain the site.
Wildlife and Wetlands Trust (WWT) own and have carried out improvements to the meadows over last few years. Membership also gives access to other good sites like Brockholes near Preston.Written December 24, 2020
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