Croxteth Hall sits in a traditional beautiful Country Park and is one of Liverpool’s most important heritage sites. Formerly the home of the Earls of Sefton, this stunning building is preserved in time. When you enter Croxteth Hall you step back in time as the house is frozen in the Edwardian age.
Outside on the grounds of the Country Park is the Victorian Walled Garden, all set in over 500 acres of historic parkland. Surrounding the Hall is a beautiful woodland, pasture, and nature reserve, all of which are open to the public.
A stunning and unique venue for weddings, functions, and conferences – Croxteth Hall provides a perfect venue for events small and large. Combining all the elegance, grandeur, and intimacy of a grand estate and beautiful countryside setting. Year-round, the grand Hall, Victorian Walled Garden, and Country Park offer a vast array of educational experiences for pupils for all ages and abilities.
West Derby Gates Play Area
We are happy to announce that Liverpool’s first fully accessible children’s area in Croxteth Hall and Country Park has now reopened and can be enjoyed again by everyone.
Who is this aimed at?
All are welcome
7am to 6:30pm – April to October
7am to 5.30pm – November to March
Croxteth Hall and Country Park, Croxteth Hall Lane, Liverpool L12 0HB
Entry to the Country Park is free but admission prices apply if you wish to visit Croxteth Hall and/or Victorian Walled Garden
How to get involved
Please visit the Croxteth Hall and Country Park website to plan your visit
Phone: 0151 233 3000
For further information
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AddressCroxteth Hall and Country Park, Croxteth Hall Lane, Liverpool L12 0HB
Phone0151 233 3000