Knowsley offers visitors a unique experience, from wildflowers to wildebeests. Easily reached from Liverpool city centre by train or by car along the M57, the borough is home to award-winning, spectacular attractions.

Spend a day at Knowsley Safari Park; where else in Liverpool city region can you spend a day with lions and tigers or watch a sea lion show? You can also go wild on the world’s biggest urban high ropes adventure course.

Animals of a tamer nature can be found at Acorn Farm, which also boasts two children's play areas, a sensory garden and a woodland walk.

A thrilling off-road driving experience can be found at Land Rover Experience. A purpose-built course allows car and driver, to be put through their paces under the guidance of one of the centre's experts.

If peace and tranquillity is your preference, then Knowsley's parks and open spaces are a must. The National Wildflower Centre is at the heart of Knowsley and aims to connect visitors with the natural world.

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  1. Add Who Stole My Hammer to your Itinerary

    Who Stole My Hammer


    Myth-Fits Theatre Company presents - A glorious wicked re-telling of the popular Viking myth about Thor, the god of thunder, having to dress up as a beautiful bride to fool his enemies and retrieve his stolen hammer, thus saving the world from…

  2. Add The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to your Itinerary

    The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe


    Great family show. Written by CS Lewis. A great fantasy story with adventure, laughter, music, and drama. Where good overcomes bad.

  3. Add Village The Hotel Club Liverpool to your Itinerary

    Village The Hotel Club Liverpool


    Accredited Hotel Visit England Accredited Hotel

    63 luxurious bedrooms, including executive rooms and feature suites, with LCD TV, Free Wi-Fi and the exclusive to Village Sealy ZZZZ beds. The ultimate in relaxation. There are also 350 car parking spaces all free of charge.

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    Price £65.00 to £180.00 Per room (breakfast included)
  4. Add Choral Spectacular to your Itinerary

    Choral Spectacular


    The Prescot Festival Chorus assembles once again to perform highlights from perhaps the best-loved choral work of all time, Handel's *Messiah*, featuring the famous 'Hallelujah Chorus.' Our musical guests for the second half are Liverpool…

  5. Add Foden's Band to your Itinerary

    Foden's Band


    England's highest-ranking brass band--and now also number two worldwide--returns with soloists for another brilliantly entertaining evening of music. The ensemble has been making music for over a century; in 1908 it achieved the prestigious…

  6. Add Ultimate Soul & Motown Night to your Itinerary

    Ultimate Soul & Motown Night


    The Ultimate Motown Show is a brand new event at the Liverpool Naval Club taking place on the last Saturday of every month.

    D.I.S.C.O will also follow, making sure your feet are kept firmly on the dance floor until the early hours!

  7. Add Tales From The Big Top to your Itinerary

    Tales From The Big Top


    Hosted by Gav Cross: Storyteller,
    Join us for the most ancient of pastimes, the sharing of stories.
    Enjoy a relaxed cabaret style evening under the big top as we present our unique interpretation of storytelling;…

  8. Add Songs from the Shows with BOST to your Itinerary

    Songs from the Shows with BOST


    The award-winning musical theatre company are back on the festival stage for more classic Hollywood, Broadway and West End tunes. Bar available.

  9. Add All Shook Up to your Itinerary

    All Shook Up


    'All Shook Up'

    The story is new, the hits are Elvis! Put on your 'Blue Suede Shoes' and join us In the summer of 1955 Midwest America.

    Chad, a hip-swivelling, guitar-playing roustabout, is being released from prison and heads to a nearby dreary…

  10. Add Festival Finale with Phoenix Concert Orchestra to your Itinerary

    Festival Finale with Phoenix Concert Orchestra


    Welcome to a belated celebration of two decades of this local community light music orchestra, presenting a selection of much-loved melodies from stage, screen and the concert hall, conducted by Dr Robert Howard. Founded in 2000 by former King David…

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