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Another Place

Another Place

Another Place consists of 100 cast-iron, life-size figures spread out along the shore and out to sea.

Sefton Park

Sefton Park

Sefton Park in Liverpool is arguably the best-known and most loved by locals.

Birkenhead Park

Birkenhead Park

Birkenhead Park is widely acknowledged to have been the model for New York’s Central Park.

Outdoor Spaces

If you’re arriving in the Liverpool city centre you wouldn’t believe just how close those fresh outdoor spaces are. Sefton Park is easily reached on the number 75 bus from Lime Street and is arguably the best known and loved by locals, explore 200 acres of Parkland under 15 minutes away from the hustle and bustle. Sefton Park is alive all year round with its thriving events calendar from Africa Oye festival in the summer, to some of the best fireworks you’ve ever seen in the winter.

We’ve a number of pretty beaches close by too. Head over to ‘Another Place’ at Crobsy Beach and take in the stunning artwork of Anthony Gormley. Or stroll the coastline of Formby and discover red squirrels, natterjacks, prehistoric footprints and miles of coastal walks, ideal for families and a summertime picnic.

Hilbre Islands in Wirral are designated as Local Nature Reserves and are the perfect spot for a bit of bird watching (and even some seal spotting!) - but are cut off from for up to five hours out of every twelve, so best to check the tide before visiting. Wirral Country Park is also a great place to visit for nature lovers.

Stanley Park is another gem of Liverpool’s and is a 110-acre, Grade II listed green space just north of the city centre. The park has fishing lakes and a number of historical features including most notably the Grade II listed Isla Gladstone conservatory that dates from the Victorian era. The park is also the only thing that stands between Liverpool rivals’ football grounds Anfield and Goodison Park, the homes of Liverpool FC and Everton FC.

There are many more parks on offer such as Calderstones Park, Birkenhead Park, Croxteth Park and even Botanic Gardens in Southport and Ness Gardens in Wirral. Many of them can be accessed by a short train or bus ride, or even by hiring a city bike.

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