Croxteth Hall is a country house and estate which was once owned by influential Molyneux family. The estate is now managed by the City of Liverpool, following the death of Hugh William Osbert Molyneux, 7th Earl of Sefton. Visitors to Croxteth Hall can enjoy the historic hall itself, the Victorian walled garden, 500 acres of country park land, Croxteth Home Farm and the West Derby Courthouse. Combination tickets can be purchased, as well as tickets for individual attractions.
Croxteth Hall itself is a wonderful example of a historic country house. Touring the rooms will allow you to see how the Earls of Sefton lived during the Edwardian period, including access to the servants’ quarters. The Victorian Walled Garden area includes an interesting collection of botanical plants, including dragon trees, orchids and bromeliads. Croxteth Home Farm is a working farm which includes a selection of rare breed animals. The farm runs educational events and special shows to help to educate families on farming and meat-production. West Derby Courthouse was built at the behest of Elizabeth I and is the only free-standing post-medieval courthouse in the country. The country park area is open all year round and entry to this area is free to the public.
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