Things to do North West
Sefton Park is located in the south of Liverpool and is the biggest park in the city. The park consists of 235 acres of rich national heritage all inclusive of lush greenery, meandering pathways and picturesque landscapes. Take a leisurely stroll through the Palm House, a stunning Victorian Glasshouse Home to exotic flora from around the world.
Getting there couldn't be easier, hop on board Arriva services 26, 27, 60, 75, 76, 80/80A, 82, 82A and 500 and you'll find yourself on the park's doorstep, with routes from all corners of Liverpool reaching the park area. Most services that serve the park are high frequency to give you the flexibility you need when enjoying a day out at Sefton Park.
Eureka! Science Discovery+
Step into a world where science becomes alive at Eureka Science Discovery, where interactive exhibits, engaging demonstrations and immersive experiences await around every corner. The activity centre boasts experiences in physics, chemistry, biology and more as you uncover the secrets of the natural world.
Getting there is easy-peasy with direct routes such as 409, 411 and 413 connecting the centre to the Birkenhead Town Centre, Liverpool City Centre and surrounding areas. Plan your journey on the Arriva UK Bus App and set your destination as Seacombe Ferry Terminal.
Experience the natural beauty of the North West coast line when visiting Formby Beach located just north of Liverpool and easily connected by Arriva Bus. This beautifully reserved golden sands sits on the Sefton coast line and offers a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life, inviting visitors from big urban developments that surround it.
If you're in Formby and keen to get around swiftly, the Formby Circular routes (F1-F5) operate 7 days a week and high frequency to keep your travel times down and help you get the most out of your day. If you're heading to Formby from Liverpool then you can hop on board the 47 service from Liverpool Queen Square, a direct route connecting Formby to the busy Liverpool City Centre.
Royal Albert Dock
Experience the rich maritime heritage and vibrant culture of Liverpool when visiting the Royal Albert Dock. Easily accessible by bus with a short walk from bus hubs Liverpool ONE Bus Station and Queen Square Bus Station. The Royal Albert Dock is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which offers something for every visitors, surrounded by an exciting mix of attractions, museums, galleries, shops and restaurants. Spend a day here and immerse yourself in the maritime legacy of Liverpool.
Getting here couldn't be easier with almost every Liverpool bound service stopping a short walk from the Liverpool waterfront, with some services up to every 5-8 minutes, you'll get there in good time no matter where you are travelling from in the Liverpool City Region.