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Sefton Park

Sefton Park Drive, Liverpool L17 1AP, England
+44 151 233 2008
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“palm house” (270 reviews)
Sefton Park Drive, Liverpool L17 1AP, England
Sefton Park
+44 151 233 2008
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nice park for a walk around on a lazy afternoon. There is a botanic green house with an interesting collection and a nice cafe to sit and enjoy an ice cream.

Thank Mark B
Reviewed yesterday

love this park, just hope the developers don't get to build on the outlying green areas it would ruin the tranquil feel of the place, the lake should have the boats back on for the summer, and the big glass palm house that is a...More

Thank michael p
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went to Sefton park for a Sunday day out. The park has good facilities and some nice walks. We finished the afternoon off with a walk down Lark Lane, a nice road filled with small bars and restaurants.

1  Thank Louis B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

very good family day out park kept very well nice coffee and snacks for the kids also parking was very good at both ends of the park.

Thank David R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As part of wedding party we thoroughly enjoyed our day at the Palm House. The facilities were excellent and the staff couldn't have been more happy to help.

Thank ReviewChamp
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Sefton Park is really near my house and so is really convenient. I like walking there in all seasons. There are some great festivals taking place there throughout the year. I would avoid it after dark as there is not a lot of lighting in...More

1  Thank TrekkerJones
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Has been on my to do list to go and see the Palm House in Sefton Park - it was beautiful. Think that it was June that I went and the Oye Festival was on in the Park at the same time. It was amazing....More

Thank zenamayes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We spent a lovely afternoon here on Bank Holiday Monday, blessed with sunshine! We took a picnic and some games, which entertained the children and grown ups for a few hours. Does what it says on the tin 'good old family fun'. We only used...More

Thank justmarielouise
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Love Sefton Park. Used to live in the area and saw the Palm House go to wreck and ruin. Makes me very happy so see it restored to its former glory.

Thank johnnietoad
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

110 acres of deer park, lake has blue/green algae so fishing currently banned. Free tennis there on a Sunday. This park is massive & you can easily get lost trying to get back out of it. There is a café by the Eros statue as...More

Thank sportybirmingham
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19 February 2017|
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Response from Claire T | Reviewed this property |
The park isnt locked so you can go as early as you like! And yes you can take a picnic, there are some benches near the swings and by the palm house, however, you could eat your picnic anywhere! Hope this helps!
16 July 2016|
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Response from kittymif | Reviewed this property |
Different things appeal to different people. And people see different things when they visit places