Croxteth Park is a former stately home now owned by Liverpool City Council. As well as the rare breeds farm there is also the Mansion House, a walled garden and 200 acres of farmland, parkland and a further 300 acres of woodland, nature trails etc.. for all to enjoy.
Hall, Farm and Garden open
21 March to 28 September daily
10.30 am - 5.00pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Adults £2.50; Child £1.70; Senior Citizen £1.70; Family £12.50 (2 adults & 2 Children)
Ticket prices include admission to Croxteth Hall, Walled Garden & Country Park as well as Farm
Nature Trail, Adventure Playground, Pets Corner, Gift Shop, Refreshments, Disabled Access, Play Area, Woodland Walk, Parkland Walk, Picnic Area, Special Events, Miniature Railway and Craft and Plant Shop
Over 300,000 people visited Croxteth Hall and Country Park in the last couple of years and we look forward to another great year, as we enter 2008 and Liverpools year as European Capital of Culture.
As in recent years, we continue to bring all our main events in all the city parks free of charge encouraging greater use of parks and accessibility for all. Our events will offer something for everyone.
This year, in Liverpools Capital of Culture year, we have added open-air theatre to our summer event programme with Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland and King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table all visiting the park. Our Beatles Murder Mystery Night should be an intriguing evening!