To see some of the highlights from around the park move your mouse over the
map on the right.
The smaller lakes provide an ideal habitat for the smaller birds and wildlife.
This lovelly Willow Tree hangs over a pond that is filled with lillies....
There are several large fields around Sefton Park, which are used as the venue
for sporting events (i.e. local football league matches) and entertainment events
(such as Circus's and music events). On hot sunny days people flock to the park
to use these areas for picnics and for sunbathing.
In the centre of the park is a small, but busy Cafe that offers snacks, drinks
and Ice Creams - essential on those hot sunny summer days.
This obelisk stands at one end of the park near the Ullet Road gate.
The recently restored Palm House, open to the public free of charge every
day and containing a wide variety of plants from around the world. Unarguably
the central attraction of the park.
The band stand is located in the middle of one of islands and whilst in a state
of disrepair forms an attractive focal point.
The Lake is home to a wide variety of birds and many people enjoy fishing here
and sunbathing along the banks.
The Sefton Park Cricket Ground and Pavillion offer an opportunity for those
who enjoy Cricket to catch a local match.
This attractive Victorian Iron Bridge can be seen spanning a lovely landscaped
ravine near the Queens Drive gate.