Get active in the outdoors

Children play badminton in the Moat Garden at Speke Hall

Whether you want to try out something new or beat your best time, Speke Hall is the perfect place to enjoy sport. Why pound the treadmill when you could be running along the coastal reserve path or exploring the grounds and woodland on two wheels?

We're working with lots of brilliant partners and organisations across Merseyside to take advantage of our great outdoor space and offer all sorts of sporting activities for you to try out. Some activities are free and others have a small cost. Normal grounds admission price applies (free to NT members), so please check out our prices prior to visit.

Why not take advantage of our new outdoor activities membership offer and discover more about our outdoor activities by becoming a National Trust member today? There's a free sports incentive when you sign up - please ask our reception team about this on arrival.

Winter Weekend - 16 & 17 December

This weekend is the perfect time to get festive and active in the outdoors! Bring your four-legged friend along and try the Rudog Dash on Saturday 16 December or try out the Tinsel Toddle with your little ones on 16 & 17 December

Night Run

Join us on 24 February 2018 for Night Run and discover Speke Hall in a different light. Grab your glow sticks and try out a 3k or 7k run in the dark. Night Run will give you the opportunity to test your running skills at night in a beautiful setting.

Nordic Walking

Try out this great whole-body exercise in the beautiful surroundings of Speke Hall. No experience needed - our instructor can even supply equipment! Sessions run at 11.30am on Tuesdays. Find out more here.

Trust 10

Our free 10k run takes place on the fourth Sunday of every month. There's no charge and you don't need to book - just turn up on the day. Please email martha.riggs@nationaltrust.org.uk for more information or see our event page for dates, times and further details.

Natural History Walks

Join in with a free walking tour around the estate, showcasing its rich past and the natural history of this important oasis. Walks start at 1pm on Wednesdays.

Try Something New

You can now take part in a whole range of sports here, from have-a-go archery sessions to more organised cycling rides and running sessions.

Get the map out!

Orienteering is a great way to test your problem solving and map reading skills while enjoying a good walk around the grounds. We’ve got a wide range of orienteering trails available for both beginners and novices. Maps are available free of charge from Speke Hall reception.

Stretch your legs

If you like to get around by foot then why not try one of our walking routes? Pick up a new guide from Reception for some great routes to follow. These can be taken at a faster pace by runners but we do also have 3,2,1 running route markers throughout the grounds if you want to build up your stamina.