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Merseyside is a vibrant metropolitan county in North West England with a population of over 1.3 million people.

This county contains the boroughs of Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral and boasts impressive tourism and local economy figures, as well as fantastic transport links and heritage.

Outdoor spaces in Merseyside

Did you know that Merseyside has more parks than Paris? Liverpool’s Sefton Park is the largest Grade I listed park in the UK with 200 acres of beautiful parkland to explore. You'll find botanic Gardens in Southport and Wirral, a Red Squirrel Reserve in Formby and miles of stunning coastline to explore!

Close picture of a squirrel holding some food.

Heritage and History

Image of the Museum of Liverpool.

Merseyside has a number of museums and galleries across the region for all the family to enjoy! Whether you’re into maritime, the world and its creatures, art, or even if you want to deep sea dive into the history of Liverpool City Region you can at the Maritime Museum, World Museum, Lady Lever Art Gallery or the Museum of Liverpool. 

You can also experience the breath-taking architecture that Liverpool and Merseyside has to offer on a tour bus or a walking tour.

Sporting Heritage, Food and Drink

Merseyside really does have a fantastic sporting heritage! Liverpool City Region is home to three historic football clubs. Everton and Liverpool are separated by just one mile and Wirral’s Tranmere Rovers play at Prenton Park in Birkenhead, so you won't struggle to find exciting football action every week of the season.

The region is also home to England’s Golf Coast, the finest stretch of championship golf in the world, with three Royal Links courses which have hosted endless Open Championships and Ryder Cups. These include Royal Birkdale in Southport, Royal Liverpool at Hoylake and Wallasey Golf Club, Home of Stableford, in Wirral.

The food and drink scene in Merseyside is thriving and can be enjoyed in many areas across the region. Liverpool Waterfront hosts the Bordeaux Wine Festival every year, while Duke Street Market houses some of the finest small plate restaurants.

Merseyside is a truly international county where you can find truly international cuisine to enjoy!

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