The Sefton Park is a public park in south Liverpool, England. The park is in a district of the same name, which is sited roughly within the historic bounds of the large area of Toxteth Park. The neighbouring districts include modern-day Toxteth, Aigburth, Mossley Hill, Wavertree and St Michael’s Hamlet.
Sefton Park in Liverpool is arguably the best well known and most loved by locals. Grouped as a Grade One listed park by English Heritage, the magnificent 200-acre Park seems like a natural landscape instead of a man-made park. In spring the sight of many golden daffodils round the lake draws residents from across the town and carpets of bluebells give an impression of rural permanence.
The park features a lot of distinctive curved paths and driveways and beech and other indigenous British trees abound. Amongst the park’s numerous features are a boating lake, replica statues of Eros and Peter Pan and a café. The park is also home to the famous Palm House, a wonderful glass-panelled building that has been restored to its former glory.