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St.Johns Gardens is a well kept area in the heart of the city. Opposite the world museum, it is a lovely place to sit on a sunny day.
Home to several monuments and statues, it is a peaceful setting for such memorials in the city.
I never understood why these were not called St George’s Gardens, after the fabulous, neoclassical masterpiece behind (or in front - I’m also not quite sure which way round St George’s Hall was meant to be).
There are some poignant memorials to Holocaust victims and...More
Was wondering around Liverpool after having some food in a restaurant, looking for something to do for the night and noticed some amazing fire displays. After some research we found out that it was Africa Oye festival with live music and entertainment. Myself and my...More
Behind St George's Hall, across the road from the library, you'll find St John's Gardens.
Very pleasant to walk around; have a sandwich for lunch; or admire the many statues.
You'll get a good view of it from the outside terrace of the Central Library...More
Lovely gardens great for summer day to sit and read newspaper or have lunch,lots history statues just across from museums walker even if you just cut through to shopping centre do so it won't disappoint
These gardens are in the centre of the city with most of the area covered by grass so it is a nice open space. Dotted around are quite a few statues of local 19c worthies including Prime Minister William Gladstone. Unfortunately, also laying around were...More