Croxteth Hall in Liverpool, England

The ancestral home of the Earls of Sefton, the Molyneux family, and former country estate, Croxteth Hall is one of the most popular destinations in the city of Liverpool, England. In 1972, the seventh and last Earl of Sefton, owner of Croxteth Hall, passed away, leaving the estate to the Liverpool City Council. After the city council sold half of the grounds, it now manages the rest of the estate, transformed in Croxteth Park.

The original house was built in 1575. It has later been expanded in several stages of the styles of Tudor, Georgian and Queen Ann. The west façade was built in 1702, and it is a remarkable architectural structure, admired by thousands of tourists. Prince Albert, Queen Victoria and their children stayed at Croxteth Hall during their visit to Liverpool in 1851.

Sightseeing near Croxteth Hall & Country Park

There are incredibly many and remarkable attraction points in Liverpool, some of which make tourists visit Liverpool over and over again. The Walker Art Gallery is a remarkable place to enjoy some fine paintings. Other outstanding sites include the Tate Liverpool, The Yellow Duckmarine, St. George’s Hall, Magical Mystery Tour and Williamson Tunnels Heritage Center. Once in Liverpool, tourists must learn more about the Beatles Story.

The Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Center is a spectacular hotel, offering more than just accommodation over the night. For prices starting at £140, tourists can enjoy the finest services. The Anfield Stadium Guest House is another great choice, with prices starting at £9 per night.

Address: Croxteth Hall Ln, West Derby, Liverpool, Merseyside L12 0HB, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0) 151 233 6910 (general)
+44 (0) 151 233 6905 (education)
+44 (0) 151 233 6920 (functions)
+44 (0) 151 233 6930 (Event tickets)

Opening Hours: Inner Park: Daily from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Country Park: Daily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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Sources: Angelfire, FunTouristAttractions

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