Whether you want to relax on the grass, play football, or you just fancy a leisurely stroll around the lake, Sefton Park has something for everyone.
Sefton Park is arguable the best known Merseyside park and is greatly loved by locals. Classified as a Grade One listed park by English Heritage, the outstanding 200-acre Park can be mistaken for a natural landscape rather than a man-made park. Come spring, there is the spectacular sight of millions of daffodils around the lake and carpets of bluebells, drawing in residents from across the city.
There are many distinctive features in the Park, including curved paths and indigenous British trees. You will also discover a boating lake, replica statues of Eros and Peter Pan and a café, perfect for a refreshment on a sunny day. Sefton Park is also home to the famous Palm House, a breathtaking glass panelled building that has been restored to its former glory.
Sefton Park plays host to major events in the city such as Liverpool Food & Drink Festival and Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF), check out Destination Merseyside Events for what is coming up.