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Calderstones Park

Calderstones Road, Liverpool L18 6HS, England
+44 151 225 5925
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Sunday 18th June 2017 - Calderstones Park - Liverpool

What a day to visit Calderstones Park the weather was fantastic so we had to go early to get a... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
maltesefalcon43
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Liverpool, United Kingdom
via mobile
The Calder stones fell from the skies from space

A well cared for easy garden. The calderstones are under glass and about the size of a man. They... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Kevin P
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  • Excellent62%
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  • Average8%
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Calderstones Road, Liverpool L18 6HS, England
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+44 151 225 5925
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

What a day to visit Calderstones Park the weather was fantastic so we had to go early to get a parking slot as they soon go especially when the weather was like it was on Sunday Arrived around 1010 and our 1st stop was at...More

Thank maltesefalcon43
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A well cared for easy garden. The calderstones are under glass and about the size of a man. They must weigh many tuns each. They fell from space as metal and stone and up to even today no one has been able to cut through...More

Thank Kevin P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stunning place to visit, lovely walks, scenery, children's play area, gardens. a whole day of entertainment

Thank Colette C
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Calderstones is a really beautiful park, especially at the moment, it's a riot of colour! Lovely for walking, nice cafe, big lake, play area for the kids, it has it all!

Thank Cyberfrog
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Back in the 80's this used to be one of the best parks in Liverpool. I lived locally and often visited to enjoy the beautiful gardens, herbaceous border, greenhouses etc. Just been back today and so sad to see the sorry state it's in today....More

Thank paulineandbob
Reviewed 28 April 2017

What a fantastic park. love this place always something new. to see I always visit the stones.beautiful in the summer.

Thank tunnicliffe16
Reviewed 7 April 2017

I heard a review of the ice cream parlour on Radio Merseyside and since its not only a sunny day but also my birthday, my sister and I popped along this afternoon to sample a scoop or two (or three). We were not disappointed; the...More

Thank Elaine M
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Great place to spend a day out any day of the year. Gardens are springing into life and make sure you visit the miniature railway

Thank Ge0rge253
Reviewed 30 March 2017

This is a lovely park which is well cared for has good amenities. This is a large lake for children to feed the ducks and adults to fish. A childrens play area. Somewhere to sit and have a coffee also an ice cream parlour, with...More

Thank Gemini4136
Reviewed 19 March 2017

Lovely Large park with so many different parts to it. A lake to feed the ducks, massive open grassland to run or relax. Good paths in excellent order for prams and bikes, walled gardens, toilets and a coffee shop make it a perfect place to...More

Thank David M
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mulligan22017
What does the writing in the hedge garden say
16 April 2017|
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Response from maltesefalcon43 | Reviewed this property |
The garden is built on an old botanical site. The garden Is just topiary letters, in yew and box. The Word old English names, certain specimens included in the garden. The text initially clear is expected as they grow and... More
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David N
When are the Calderstones open to public view
9 September 2015|
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Response from Ron P | Reviewed this property |
Hi. The calderstones are now housed in a temperature & humidity controlled circular greenhouse that protects them from the environment (and vandalism). The stones are within easy viewing distance (a couple of metres) from... More
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Carole37
When are the Calderstones own to public view
4 September 2015|
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Response from JAFR48 | Reviewed this property |
Hi they are open on the 10th, 11th and 12th September.
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