Think South Liverpool for Places to Visit

You don’t need to travel miles to have a great day out – there’s lots to see and do right here in South Liverpool. From stately homes to high-wire adventures, South Liverpool has got something for everyone.

Speke Hall

Next to Liverpool John Lennon Airport and nestled amid South Liverpool’s high-tech industrial parks is Speke Hall, a wattle-and-daub Tudor manor house – one of the finest surviving examples in the world.

This National Trust treasure is a superb day out for the whole family and has a packed programme of events all year round.

(Image: National Trust Images/Andrew Butler)

Otterspool Adventure Centre

Situated in Otterspool Park close to the Mersey, Otterspool Adventure Centre is a great day out for thrill-seeking families and groups. 

The centre features high-level ropes, obstacle courses, abseiling and climbing, as well as soft play for the very young. There’s also a great eatery, Otters Café to refuel after all that adrenaline-charged fun!

Land Rover Experience

Watch the latest Land Rover models come to life in Halewood’s state-of-the-art Jaguar-Land Rover factory before testing your nerve and your skills on the purpose-built off road driving track.

The Land Rover Experience - Halewood is a brilliant day out for all petrol-heads!

Sudley House

Sudley House is part of National Museums Liverpool’s and Galleries impressive range of venues.

The Victorian mansion house in Mossley Hill is home to some priceless works from artists such as Turner, Rossetti, Holman Hunt and more.

Beatles Childhood Homes

Beatles legends John Lennon and Paul McCartney were born and raised in South Liverpool.

Take the National Trust's 'Beatles childhood Homes tour', discover the homes they grew up in and where the world-famous band originally formed.

(Image: National Trust Images/Arnhel de Serra)

Hale Village

On the edge of Liverpool lies quaint Hale Village. With its thatched cottages, historic church and lighthouse, Hale is a small village that's big on surprises.

Why not explore the village and the shoreline trail before finishing with some refreshments at the Childe of Hale pub, named after the village's most famous historical resident?