Crosby Beach is now the permanent home to ‘Another Place’, the sculpture by internationally acclaimed artist, Antony Gormley. The beach has also been awarded the Quality Coast Award by Keep Britain Tidy.
Visitors can walk along the Coastal Path and take in views of the sea, the Wirral and North Wales. Access to this strip of coast is good with four railway stations on the Merseyrail network and frequent buses. The 22 mile Sefton Coastal Path starts here and a section of the national cyclepath network runs the length of the Park.
But that's not all, don't just restrict yourself to the coast, there are lots of other things to do in Crosby. You can visit Crosby Leisure Centre with its small cafe (nearest railway station is at Hall Road), or Crosby Lakeside Adventure Centre with its cycle hire, water sports activitites, Bistro and hotel accommodation (nearest railway station is at Waterloo). There is even a themed cycle route from the centre, the Curlew Route, to give you an idea of where to cycle.
Waterloo railway station is right in the middle of South Road, a hive of activity with shopping, restaurants and pubs, and the Plaza Cinema is just a short walk away, an indepentent cinema run as a charity with reasonable prices. Just on the doorstep, a short walk from Waterloo railway station is Waterloo Seafront Gardens, another attraction listed on this website.
Crosby Village is a vibrant village that is a great spot for local shopping, offering a mix of independent retailers and brand names. Here you'll also find a number of bars and pubs, making Crosby village ideal for a night out too. The village also hold regular events, including a street food market, a christmas window display competition and a christmas lights switch on event.