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A pretty quiet and relaxing park with a beautiful Japanese garden plus it's along the riverside. Great to walk along the water from here.
Liverpool Festival Gardens are on the site of the first International Garden Festival, which took place in 1984. The gardens have been restored, rejuvenated and renewed. They provide a unique, vibrant, lovely green space for everyone to enjoy.
The festival gardens is an idyllic landscape designed with a range of gardens from all all over the world. With wild walkways, Mersey views, a pop up cafe & access to the promenade why not visit it?
Japanese-inspired gardens with a promenade leading down to the riverside. Check out the Luminous Landscapes promenade performances over February.
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