Liverpool and Lancashire
From Tudor halls and an early-20th-century photographers' studio to the childhood homes of the Beatles, glorious parks and beautiful gardens. Discover these very special places in Liverpool and Lancashire on your next day out.
A green oasis on the edge of Liverpool with a rare Tudor house at its heart
A fine Tudor house and colourful garden, home to five centuries of Lancashire and Hesketh family history
Book a tour of the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney in Liverpool
A 1950s time capsule of Liverpool life and creativity, the home and photographic studio of the Edward Chambré and Margaret Hardman
An Elizabethan gem in the heart of industrial Lancashire
Beautiful sandstone headland renowned for its eighth-century chapel and rock hewn graves; a wonderful urban green space
Looking for places to visit with the kids in Liverpool and Lancashire? Explore days out in nature, fun things to do for all the family and places to spot wildlife all year round.
Plan your next family day out in Liverpool and Lancashire. From the beauty of the great outdoors and amazing histories to play areas, balance bikes and even a maze, there's something for the whole family to enjoy this autumn, rain or shine.
From peaceful strolls through colourful borders, to adventures in the woodland and spotting wildlife in the secret garden, there's plenty of seasonal joy to find at Speke Hall.
The gardens at Rufford Old Hall have lots of variety, from giant squirrel topiary and beehives, to picnic spots in the orchard and peaceful walks by the canal.
Take a leisurely stroll around the formal garden with its views of the River Calder. The ornamental terraced garden to the north of the hall and landscaped garden to the south are an ideal place to pause and relax.
There's always something new to see or do at National Trust places near you – join in a host of seasonal adventures and events for all ages. Find out what's on and what's coming soon in Liverpool and Lancashire to help make your next visit even more memorable.
The Heysham Coast offers more than your average seaside stroll. Enjoy stunning views over Morecambe Bay and the Lake District, and discover the ruins of St Patrick’s Chapel, located on the headland.
Home Farm restaurant is open every day for you to grab a drink or a bite to eat. Afterwards, pop into the second-hand bookshop to find a pre-loved gem.
Treat yourself to tasty treats inside or outside the cosy tea-room at Rufford or escape into the Coach House to discover our second-hand bookshop.
Formby is one of the fastest changing stretches of coastline under the National Trust’s care. Discover how the team are working with nature to protect rare habitats and wildlife.
Learn about the important work that the conservation team are doing to preserve Speke Hall in Liverpool and the tools they use to do so.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in our work across Liverpool and Lancashire.
From guiding tours of historic houses to helping outdoors in nature conservation, find out how you can volunteer for a great cause near you.
The Liverpool and Lancashire supporter groups help support their local places with fundraising and volunteering. Find out more about what they do and how you can get involved.
Join Charles Dickens as he brings to life one of the most famous ghost stories of all time. A tale of revenants and redemption, hauntings and humbug, seasonal spooks and sentiment. Performances from 5.45pm and 7.15pm on 30 November.
Unleash your inner artist in the inspiring surroundings of Speke Hall's Great Hall as Shakespeare North put on a relaxed portrait drawing session.
Don’t be alarmed by the tick of the clock or darkening shadows as you take part in an old Victorian tradition of ghost stories at Christmas.
Enjoy the Hall decorated for the festive season and the Dining Room set for Christmas dinner. Visit the kitchen to learn about festive fare, plus craft activities for children, music and Father Christmas will be here.