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All reviews walled garden home farm west derby village riding school birds of prey rare breeds farm council run an ice cream van small farm train ride house tour older children family ticket lovely sunny day gift shop walk around nice walk
Beautiful park with so many different points of interest. My family and I have been visiting for a number of years but unfortunately we have seen this beautiful park gradually being run down and very little investment. The entrance to the park via Croxteth Lane...More
As visitors to West Derby where immediate relatives live within a 5 minute walk of the park, we’ve been there for wedding photos, walks, children playing in the playground and now the Secret Winter Garden. Our tickets for 6.45pm came at the end of a...More
Took the dog for a big romp around just a few bits of this 500 acre site and enjoyed the greenery and fresh air. I didn’t take the tour of the hall itself but from the outside at least it didn’t knock my socks off...More
Always a great day out here but the highlight of today's visit was the chance to handle the birds of prey. Mark who looks after the birds was extremely knowledgeable about his field and very eager to give the visitors a memorable experience. A very...More
Wow this building was initially built in the 1500s with most of it finished in the 1600s. Discover the home of the Earls of Sefton on 500 acres. 210 rooms 22 toilets. Some parts have featured in the movie Titanic. Worth spending a couple of...More
The Hall needs an injection of cash! It is still well worth visiting. The cafe and seating area are not much to write home about and the toilets in that complex are awful ( not clean and plumbing needs attention).
The grounds are lovely and...More
Croxteth country park has much to see and do, in beautiful landscaped gardens, the Victorian garden, the farm, and the hall give the visitor lots to see and explore, there’s a great playground for the children as well as a miniature train, there are picnic...More
What a beautiful house, however the experience was ruined by volunteers leading us around. This would have been an excellent idea and experience if they knew the history about the house and the people who lived there. The first volunteer was going just ahead of...More
The grounds are wonderful but more importantly there is always something going on in the Hall or grounds. A family ticket for the Hall, Farm and Walled Garden is excellent value for money. It is a great place to take little ones to cycle safely...More
Yes there is. There is a premier inn at a pub called The Stag & Rainbow on Queens Drive. It would be a 10 minute walk to the entrance to the park through West Derby village which has bars, pubs and restaurants.