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Been walking to Liverpool ‘castle’ since I was a young child living in Bolton, even now as an adult living in Chorley we occasionally, on a nice day, make the long walk there (with a number of pub stops haha). A hidden gem. Great for...More
I firstly visited the castle 50 years ago when I was six. One of the first places we visited as a family of scousers becoming Wooley backs. We moved to Horwich , about a mile and a half away as the crow Flies. It is...More
I wouldn't advise making a trip to Rivington just to see Liverpool castle Replica, it wouldn't be worth it, but, if you are visiting Rivington anyway then maybe have a walk to the castle.
The castle isn't well signposted, so if you have never been...More
Finding this place is a bit of a nightmare. If there are any signs, we did not see them. On a warm summer Sunday, everybody else seemed to visit the area to but I think they were mainly headed for Rivington Pike. You can park...More
Currently sat in piccolonos having booked a large group and pre ordered food to be told for 30 mins table not ready
Food not here and thinking of just leaving as now 50 mins since booking and everyone around us is being served
This folly, built like many others around here, by Lord Leverhulme, is a great place to spend a few hours.In the middle of the country park and by the side of the water it is a tranquil corner of the world where you can sit...More
Small folly built by the Lever family on their estate.
A nice walk and an interesting spot to spend 5 minutes, not worth a special journey unless you are going to take in the whole Rivington experience, which means alot of walking. If you like...More
Liverpool castle is one of my favourite quick walks. It can be a muddy walk in places. But once at the castle you can experience wonderful views over the reservoir. Has a child I used to walk all around the tops, very scary in places....More
The castle was built on the instruction of Lord Leverhulme. However, he died some months after work had started. In his honour no further building was done and it was left as it was. The castle is in a lovely area and has great views...More