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Please ensure that when visiting Liverpool's Festival Gardens that you adhere to the Government guidelines around social distancing. Please - especially during these times where more visitors are attending outdoor spaces such as these - do not leave litter. If bins are full, please take your litter home with you.
Liverpool is a place with a whole lot of history, and its Festival Gardens are no exception. A former household 'tip' located ajacent to the Mersey was transformed into the UK's first ever garden festival in 1984. The International Garden Festival was a concept deisgned to regenerate Liverpool and drive tourism following the huge industrial decline and Toxteth riots.
During a five month pageant, the Festival Gardens attracted some 3.4M visitors, with its huge mix of ornamental gardens from all over the world and the grand centrpiece, Festival Hall.
When the festival was over, a large part of the gardens were redeveloped to form residential housing. The remaining gardens were left derelict and fell into disrepair in 1997.
Redevelopment work took place in 2010 which means that the garden has once again been transformed into a beautiful space. The gardens are ideal for a picnic, bike ride or a relaxing walk through the woodland trails.
Look out in the gardens for two restored pagodas, the restored Moon Wall, new lakes, waterways and waterfalls and a new pedestrianised area linking to the promenade.
|2020 (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)|