The main attraction of the park is the recently restored Palm House.
The Victorian glasshouse, which opened in 1896, contains plant species from Africa, Asia, America, Australia, and Europe.
There are also beautiful sculptures, and statues of persons who have done important work and discoveries. The Palm House also serves as host for different forms of entertainment throughout the year, including dance events, concerts and ceremonies.
Another attraction is the Peter Pan statue which was made by the British sculptor Sir George Frampton. The statue of the boy who never grew up was donated to the park by George Audley in 1928.
Jogging, cycling, and lawn tennis are also popular activities in Sefton Park. But many people visit the park just for relaxation in a tranquil setting of lawns, woodlands, and water features.
Also has a children's play area
If you've had fun on your family day out to Sefton Park, tell us about it your visit, so other people will know it's a great place to go as well.
Sefton Park Drive
Telephone: 0151 233 3000
No entry fees. Opening Times: 2011 Opening Details:
Contact for details, but generally daylight hours.
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