Plan Your Visit


Due to essential maintenance works being carried out, Croxteth Hall is currently CLOSED for casual visits, due to essential maintenance works. As soon as we have more specific details around dates and timings of maintenance completion, we’ll update our website and social media channels to reflect this.

Thank you for your patience as we look to protect and preserve our building for generations to come.

If you are hoping to visit Croxteth Hall once our essential maintenance repairs are completed, see what we usually have to offer below.

Whether you want to enjoy a countryside trip without leaving the city or you are visiting Liverpool on a break, Croxteth Hall and Country Park is a great place to explore, get active or relax. Plan your visit by using the guidance provided below.

Getting here

If you’re visiting us at Croxteth Hall and are traveling by car, parking is free of charge on the grounds in the dedicated parking areas. During special events, car parking may be charged – if you’re unsure, please contact us before your visit to avoid disappointment.

Satnav: Please use postcode L11 1EH for the entrance via Muirhead Avenue by the roundabout.

Public Car park opening times

  • April to October: 7.00am – 8.00pm
  • November to March: 7.00am – 6.00pm

Please be aware, parking is only permitted in the designated car park areas, parking elsewhere is by permission only, and any parking outside of these areas without consent will result in a fine when parking illegally.

There is limited parking available at Croxteth Hall and Country Park so where possible, we advise you to walk, cycle, or use public transport. If you do decide to drive, please be aware that parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis and cannot be reserved.

If you are using public transport, Merseytravel has comprehensive transport information including a journey planner tool to bring you right to our door or you can call Traveline on 0870 608 2608. Alternatively, you can get directions by public transport and car with Transport Direct.

Travel on foot/bike

There are more than 10 entrances to Croxteth Park for walkers or cyclists (see map below) to enter depending on where you would like to enter the grounds. At the back of Croxteth Hall, there are cycle racks where you can park bikes while you visit the grounds.

Croxteth Hall Lane (the road that cuts through the Park) has sections with very narrow pavements so is not recommended for pushchair or wheelchair access (Flint Drive Gate).

Travel by bus

There are a number of bus routes which have stops situated near Croxteth Park – these can be viewed via Moovit or you plan your journey via Merseytravel.

Map of Croxteth Hall and Country Park

Google Map 


We are continuously working on the accessibility and facilities available at Croxteth Hall and Country Park. If you have a suggestion or feedback regarding how we can improve our accessibility, please contact us.

Our fully accessible toilet, complete with adult hoist and changing bed (Radar key required), is open every day April to September between 9.00am and 6.30pm. Situated across the Old Riding School Cafe in the courtyard.

Disabled access and blue badge parking

Disabled drivers with a blue badge can use the disabled parking bays in the main public car park. There are alternative disabled parking bays in the conference centre parking area for those accessing the conference centre via Flint Drive (Sat Nav: L12 0HB).

Wheelchair access

The Croxteth Hall entrance is ramped and there is a lift which gives access to the upstairs display and function rooms. The Victorian Walled Garden has slightly ramped access leading to fine gravel paths with level out once you have entered the garden and ramped access is available to the greenhouses. The Country Park has miles of estate roads and tracks with tarmac or stone surfacing but also some grassy tracks.