A modern park on a historic site overlooking the city and river.
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Facilities and attractions
The park is easily accessible from the city centre and offers views of city centre landmarks, the docks, river and sea, and on a clear day even the Welsh mountains. A great place to watch the sunset, it also has:
- Nature garden with established natural habitat including two small lakes, offering opportunities for pond dipping and bird watching.
- Heritage trail with guided walks available.
- Grassland meadows and woodland.
- Rock types of interest to amateur geologists.
- Foraging spiral.
- Children’s playgrounds.
- Multi-use games area.
- Fitness equipment.
- Parking at the viewpoint off Heyworth Street.
- Active friends group.
- Main park
- 24 hours a day, all year round.
- Nature Garden
- Thursday and Friday mornings. If you would like to make arrangements to visit the Nature Garden outside these times call 0151 233 3001.
How to get there
- Foot and road
- You can access the park from Heyworth Street, Northumberland Street, Shaw Street, Netherfield Road, Conway Street, Roscommon Street and Great Homer Street.
- The nearest train station is Liverpool Lime Street (1.0 miles).