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Enjoy Spring: Best 5 Parks to Visit in Liverpool

With the arrival of spring comes a surge of energy in the city of Liverpool. Every year around Easter, the weather is exceptional, with the sun shining every day, making it a great season for travelling. Many of our friends are out and about, some going to Europe, some visiting the UK, and some still need to plan a trip. Then why go for a walk in one of Liverpool’s parks and get a taste of spring in Liverpool together?

Selfton Park

Liverpool Selfton Park

Address: Sefton Park, Liverpool L17

Open Hours: 24 hours

Special Offers: Feed the squirrels, ducklings

Sefton Park is one of the largest city parks in Liverpool and is perfect for couples on dates and friends on trips. The sunny Sefton Park is the most beautiful, handsome men and women sitting on the grass talking and playing; there are some people in the grass and friends barbecuing, and there are a lot of picking and sketching people. Everything is so quiet and beautiful. Look at the side of the road to rely on the old couple, laughing and running children, in the lake to laze around and feed the swans.

You can also say hello to the squirrels jumping around in the grass, feed the cute ducks by the lake, and watch the sunset with your friends on the benches. The beauty of Sefton Park is always beyond imagination. In April, Sefton Park is filled with not only brightly coloured daffodils but also pinkish cherry blossoms. Perhaps that’s the beauty of nature, which brings you different views throughout the year.

In the centre of the park, there is a coffee shop and an ice cream shop. The ice cream is very good, especially a rum-flavoured one. In addition, Sefton Park has a glass house with plants that are free to visit, and public bikes are available at the entrance, so it’s definitely one of the best places to experience nature.

Calderstones Park

Calderstones Park

Address: Calderstones Mansion House, Calderstones Rd, Liverpool L18 3JB

Open Hours: 24 hours

Special Offers: Park with lake and woodland, Kid-friendly hikes

Calderstones Park is a 94-acre family park in south Liverpool with woodland, lakes, fields, beautiful Japanese and English gardens and even a thousand-year-old oak tree! This country park is home to some of Liverpool’s oldest public buildings. There’s also a real family farm, a Victorian garden and a nature reserve. If you love flowers, then Calderstones Park has something else for you. With flowers such as rhododendrons, magnolias, camellias, forsythia, daffodils and hyacinths, even the air seems to be filled with the scent of flowers. There is also a café and reading corner, so whether you want to enjoy a book or a cup of coffee, this is the place to do it!

Croxteth Country Park

Croxteth Hall And Country Park

Address: Muirhead Ave E, Liverpool L11 1EH

Open Hours: 7 am–6 pm

Special Offers: Farm, Animal feed 

Croxteth Hall in West Derby, Liverpool, was once the country estate of the Molyneux family, the Earls of Sefton. After the death of the 7th (and last) Earl in 1972, the estate passed into the care of Liverpool City Council. This estate, with a classic feel, is home to major attractions such as Croxteth Hall, Croxteth Family Farm, Victorian walled gardens, etc. Croxteth Hall And Country Park is perfect for everyone who wants to explore a different kind of park experience, with horse paddocks and a small amusement park where you can unleash your childish side and a healing farm! Whether sitting on the merry-go-round and feeling the joys of childhood or petting the soft little animals on the farm, you’ll be able to feel physically and mentally relaxed.

Everton Park

Everton Park

Address:Heyworth St, Liverpool L5 3PE

Open Hours: 24 hours

Special Offers: Mersey River, View of Liverpool

On the city’s north side sits Everton Park, a modern park on a historic site with arguably one of the best views in Liverpool. You can glimpse the River Mersey between the iconic Liver Birds and other famous Liverpool landmarks. Everton Park, which is said to be the highest hill in Liverpool, stands at the top, where you can look down at the whole of Liverpool and even see across the canal. In spring, flowers bloom all over the hillside; the scenery is stunning. If you go there at night, you can also see all of Liverpool. Imagine three or five friends, a few cans of beer, and the night view in front of you; you will be impressed by nature again.

Knowsley Safari Park

Knowsley Safari ParkAddress: Prescot L34 4AN

Open Hours: Wednesday-Sunday: 10 am–5 pm

Special Offers: Roaming animals viewed

Experience one of Liverpool’s wildest days out at Knowsley Safari Park. More than 700 wildlife species, from baboons to camels, hornbills and rhinos, can be admired from the comfort of your car. You can also explore much of the safari park on foot, from sea lions, meerkats, giraffes and tiger trails alongside Lake Meads paddling boats to woodland walks on wild trails. This is also a popular family day out for children.


Calderstones Park is another standout, often celebrated as one of Liverpool’s most beautifully maintained parks. This verdant oasis is perfect for those who appreciate meticulously curated gardens and tranquil surroundings.

Sefton Park offers striking views throughout the year, with dazzling bluebells and daffodils in spring and stunning autumn hues that captivate visitors.

Moreover, Sefton Park houses the Palm House, a Victorian glasshouse full of exotic plants. The Palm House is a hub of horticultural excellence and a venue for art, music, and cultural events, adding another layer of attraction to the park.

Sefton Park. Covering over 200 acres, Sefton Park offers a tranquil escape from bustling city life. It features beautiful gardens, lakes, and woodland areas, perfect for a stroll or a picnic with friends and family.

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