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Everton Park

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.

Opening hours

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.
Train
The nearest train station is Liverpool Lime Street (1.0 miles).

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