Leave the site just a small stroll into the resort of Southport, an elegant Victoria Seaside Town with exclusive shops located in the historic Lord Street, having vaulted canopies and Victoria glass, it’s like stepping back in time. Explore the Victoria Park nature reserve and its attractions plus the beach and pier areas, having the Pleasureland and amusements park. Other points of interest are the Lawnmower Museum, Botnanic Gardens, Zoo and Hesketh Park.
Take a road trip to Liverpool via the A565 for 19 miles traveling southwest and arrive in the city and stop and explore.
The rich architectural heritage buildings are regarded as amongst the greatest examples of there respective styles in the world. There are several areas of the city centre granted world heritage sites like the famous landmarks of Pier Head, Albert Dock and William Brown Street. Go back in time to the Merseybeat pop era and visit the famous Cavern Club made famous by the Beatles.
Resume the trip and travel 17 miles northwest, A5047 for 3 miles onto A5080 for 1 mile take the M62 towards Warrington for 6 miles leave at junction 7, A57 for 7 miles and arrive at the market town of Warrington.
The towns located in Lancashire on the banks of the River Mersey and dates back to the Roman and Saxon era. The Points of interest Town Hall, Parr Hall and the Museum and Art Gallery, plus the Gullivers World Theme Park.