Although Sefton Park’s Palm House isn’t a hidden gem itself, there are many hidden gems in and around the building, including a statue of Peter Pan. The statue was erected in 1928 and is loved by children.
8. The Calder Stones in Calderstones Park, South Liverpool
We’re not short on beautiful parks in Merseyside, but Calderstones in south Liverpool boasts some of the oldest historical artefacts in the city.
The Calder Stones are group of six megaliths that formed a neolithic monument built by the very first Liverpudlians over 4,000 years ago.
These stones, which give the local area its name, are decorated with ancient carvings and are now displayed as standing stones in Calderstones Park.