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Wow this building was initially built in the 1500s with most of it finished in the 1600s. Discover the home of the Earls of Sefton on 500 acres. 210 rooms 22 toilets. Some parts have featured in the movie Titanic. Worth spending a couple of...More
The Hall needs an injection of cash! It is still well worth visiting. The cafe and seating area are not much to write home about and the toilets in that complex are awful ( not clean and plumbing needs attention).
The grounds are lovely and...More
Croxteth country park has much to see and do, in beautiful landscaped gardens, the Victorian garden, the farm, and the hall give the visitor lots to see and explore, there’s a great playground for the children as well as a miniature train, there are picnic...More
What a beautiful house, however the experience was ruined by volunteers leading us around. This would have been an excellent idea and experience if they knew the history about the house and the people who lived there. The first volunteer was going just ahead of...More
The grounds are wonderful but more importantly there is always something going on in the Hall or grounds. A family ticket for the Hall, Farm and Walled Garden is excellent value for money. It is a great place to take little ones to cycle safely...More
Visited here as part of CBBC Summer Social but spent an hour walking around the house. Ladies dressed in period costume talked us through the history ofvtge house. They were very informative and spoke as of they had known the people they talked about. Even...More
Visiting Croxteth Hall is lovely especially on a sunny day, it can be quite busy. It is expensive so take a good amount of money with you to pay for the farm, train ride, the cafe, ice cream. There are lots of people with dogs...More
Ok this place is a little shabby and the farm on a hot day is a bit stinky, that said the enthusiasm of the staff more than made up for any gaps. The farm was full of well cared for animals. Most impressive is the...More