Guided walks led by the former Liverpool park ranger Richie Baker.
Walks last hour and a half and are easy walks, £2.50 per person unless otherwise stated.
There will be some booking only walks where space is limited but mainly no need to book and just turn up on the day.
See the Word file at the bottom of this page for all walks in Merseyside.
Walks in Liverpool 2023
Thursday 14th September 1.00pm
Hale Coastal Ramble
A walk that meanders along the banks of the river Mersey discovering the delights and sights of the Hale coastline. We also view Hale Lighthouse and stand on the most southerly point in Lancashire. Good footwear required as it may be muddy in places and this walk is only recommended for the enthusiastic walker. Fair amount of walking and some uneven ground. Meet at St Marys Church, Hale, L24 4AX £2.50 pp.
Saturday 16th September 1.00pm
Visit to Speke Hall & Gardens
An opportunity to visit this magnificent Tudor Hall and its stunning gardens, Dating back to 1530, the hall boasts amazing architecture and holds a fascinating history. Reduced Price of £12.00 which includes house and gardens (normal admission price is £15.00) National Trust Members are free. Please note: A minimum of 15 is needed for this visit to take place
Tuesday 19th September
Albert Dock Discovery Walk
Join us for this walk that discovers the facts, features and history of this amazing site, created by dock builder Jesse Hartly the site boasts beautiful architecture and fascinating facts, Booking only, limited to TEN places. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org £2.50 pp
Saturday 23rd September 1.00pm
History and Features of Allerton Tower
A delightful tour that discovers one of our “hidden gems” Explore this former Gentleman’s estate and discover its fascinating history, Its beautiful trees, its enchanting “Orangery” and features and we also visit the site of the Hauntingly chilling, “Ghost of Allerton Tower”( Gentle walk) Meet at the Main Gate, Menlove Avenue, opp. Menlove Car Showroom £2.50 per person
Tuesday 26th September 1.00pm
St Michaels Hamlet & the Cast Iron Shore
Built in 1815 by Iron founder John Cragg, the walk discovers the history of the area, from ancient monks to modern day, the original cast iron houses, the beautiful cast iron church and we unfurl the true origin of the cast iron shore. Meet at St Michaels Railway station, St Michaels Road L17 7BJ £2.50 per person
Thursday 28th September 1.00pm
Join us for this fascinating insight into this historic area. We discover the history of the area and visit the beautiful Turner Home, the Ancient Chapel of Toxteth and its intriguing graveyard. Meet outside Macdonalds on Aigburth Road. £2.50 per person
- How can I access this service?
- There will be some booking only walks where space is limited but mostly you can just turn up on the day.
- When is this activity on?
- See the main description
- How much will it cost me?
- £2.50 per person unless otherwise stated
- What should I bring with me?
- Wear clothes and shoes/boots suitable for walking.
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- What groups of people is this for?
- The general public
- What age groups is this for?
- Any age
- What areas of the city is this for?
- People from anywhere in the city
- All enquiries and booking
- 07850 239411