Bike Touring Highlight
Situated amongst a beautiful country park and a 500 acre nature reserve, Croxteth Hall is one of Liverpool's most iconic heritage sits. Built in 1575, the former country estate was home to the Molyneux family, the Earls of Sefton. Since the death of the 7th Earl in 1972, the estate has belonged to Liverpool City Council who opened it to the public. Entrance to the hall and gardens costs £5 per adult. You can visit from in the main season from 10am to 5pm with the last admission at 4pm. For more information visit: liverpoolcityhalls.co.uk/croxteth-hall
May 31, 2019
It is a wonderful place to visit on bike or walking. Croxteth hall is a beautiful building. There is also a riding centre with lots of horse to see and the surrounding area is very pleasing. I found a farm on the route with cows and bulls there is lots of things to do with a kiddies play area too.
June 7, 2020
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