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Attractions in Southport

Time to relax and unwind

We all need to take time out to relax and unwind at times and Southport attractions are the perfect place to do this.

You can blow the cobwebs away with a walk down to the end of Southport Pier, a historic landmark on the seafront.

You can see along the coast to Blackpool and North Wales, and you can take a relaxing journey back to the entrance on the pier train.

Or perhaps a peaceful and tranquil ride on a swan pedalo on Marine Lake, or a stroll around the gardens in Kings Gardens are more your thing.


Time for family fun

Everybody can get involved with a game of bowling; day or night, young or old once you get the shoes on and hit the lanes, the fun will begin!

And if the weather is a little gloomy head over to Splash World where the thrill seekers amongst you can ride the fast flumes.

Arcade games and mini rides can be enjoyed together in all weathers. And for some traditional seaside fun, head to the funfair at Southport Pleasureland

And if the tummies are grumbling, you can tuck into a seaside favourite cuisine, fish n’ chips!


Something different every time

Quintessentially English and truly unique is the British Lawnmower Museum. Only in Southport can you enter a world of vintage lawnmowers. Internationally recognised, the museum is British history at its best!

Take the kids to the Model Railway Village has acres of landscape with a mini rail network weaving through pretty buildings and greenery. The charming and tranquil surroundings mean families can spend hours, relaxing and let the kids follow their favourite train.


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  1. St Helen's Church

    St Helen's Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Liverpool

    The church is the only Grade I listed building in the Sefton borough and dates back to 1170 when the chapel was built.

  2. Jump Warehouse Southport

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    Jump Warehouse Southport

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    Adventure Activities

    Slaidburn Crescent, SOUTHPORT

    Welcome to Southport’s trampoline park Jump Warehouse. From getting fit to having fun, there’s something here for everybody.

  3. Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre

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    Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre

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    Marina

    Liverpool

    The centre which opened in 2009 is one of the UK's premier full accessible venues for water sports and provides a range of learning and recreational facilities.

  4. Formby Red Squirrel Reserve

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    Formby Red Squirrel Reserve

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    Country/Royal Park

    Formby

    Large area of beach, sand dunes and pine woods which is part of the National Trust owned nature reserve.

  5. Discover Ancient Egypt

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    Discover Ancient Egypt

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    Arts & Culture

    Southport

    The Atkinson can take you back on a journey to ancient Egypt with a collection not seen for over 40 years. 

    Explore what life was like for the Pharaohs in ancient egypt.

    Not seen for over 40 years, our stunning Egyptology Gallery takes…

  6. Crosby Beach, with a Another Place statue

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 671 reviews671 reviews

    Crosby Beach

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    Crosby

    Planning on visiting Crosby Beach?...If so, you have come to the right place!...Click here to find out the latest Crosby Beach information and recommendations!

  7. Hesketh Park Cafe

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    Hesketh Park Cafe

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    Parkland/Woodland Garden

    Southport

    The largest park in Southport, comprised of a large and safe children's play area, mini golf course and children's train in a woodland setting. There are numerous nature trails throughout this picturesque park, containing varied wildlife with duck…

  8. Botanic Gardens

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    Botanic Gardens

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    Botanic Garden

    Southport

    Just a few minutes out of the Southport centre in the medieval village of Churchtown these Victorian gardens are bursting with floral splendour and colourful displays.

  9. Genting Casino

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    Genting Casino

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    Casino

    SOUTHPORT

    Genting Casino Southport is the perfect destination venue to eat, drink, relax and play.
    So whether you are dining in our Fahrenheit restaurant, enjoying a night in the Casino or just want to watch the entertainment, we hope you enjoy your visit.

  10. Cycle Hire - Southport Train Station

    Cycle Hire - Southport Train Station

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    Sightseeing

    Southport

    Why not explore Southport by bike - the ideal, cost effective and environmentally friendly way to see the sights! Available for hire from the Southport Cycle Centre in partnership with Merseyrail

  11. Southport Beach

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    Southport Beach

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    Beach

    Southport

    Southport beach is the ideal antidote to the hustle and bustle of the town centre, wide spaces, coastal views and the oldest iron pier.

  12. Martin Mere Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

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    Martin Mere Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

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    Animal Collection

    Burscough, Ormskirk

    The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is the largest international wetland conservation charity in the UK.

  13. Town Hall Gardens

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    Town Hall Gardens

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    Garden

    Southport

    The Town Hall Gardens is a perfect spot to recharge your batteries whilst out and about in Southport. With beautifully landscaped gardens with plenty of seating areas and an impressive fountain, you can meet friends, relax with a book or watch the…

  14. British Lawnmower Museum

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 136 reviews136 reviews

    British Lawnmower Museum

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    Museum

    Southport

    An award winning unique museum of over 300 rare restored exhibits of the garden machinery.

  15. cycle hire

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    Southport Eco Centre

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    Sightseeing

    Southport

    Why not explore Southport by bike - the ideal, cost effective and environmentally friendly way to see the sights! Available for hire from the Cycle Hire centre at the Southport Eco Centre.

  16. Southport Theatre & onvetion Centre

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    Southport Theatre & Convention Centre

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    Theatre / Venue

    Southport

    From music concerts to family classics, thrillers and plenty of laughs Southport Theatre has something for everyone to enjoy.

  17. 'Another Place' by Antony Gormley

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    'Another Place' by Antony Gormley

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    Sightseeing

    Liverpool

    Another Place is an art installation on the coast. 100 spectacular cast-iron, life-size figures by Anthony Gormley spread across three kilometres of the foreshore and stretch almost 1 kilometre out to sea.

  18. Bedrooms at Formby Hall

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    Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa

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    Golf Course

    Formby

    Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa is situated on the outskirts of Southport and just 13 miles away from Liverpool. There are 76 newly furbished contemporary bedrooms with a choice of Classic, Executive or Deluxe. All rooms are fully equipped with LCD…

  19. Another Place

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    Walk From Coast to Countryside

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    Walking Tour

    Crosby, Liverpool

    A 13.2km walk taking in the coast and countryside, including Antony Gormley's 'Another Place', Sefton Coastal Path, Little Crosby Village, River Alt and Maghull - Frank Hornby.

  20. Old Christ Church

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    Old Christ Church

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    Church/Chapel

    Liverpool

    Early 19th century development of the Waterloo area included the building of the first church on this site in 1840. Initially it was a modest building, designed by Arthur and George Williams, but a number of alterations were made to it over the next