Royden Park offers a great day out with kids in the Wirral. Open from dawn until dusk, Royden Park enables families to spend some time together in the outdoors and get some fresh air. Enjoy a relaxing walk in the woodland and heathland and see if you can spot some typical woodland critters or mini beasts on your travels. Visit the lake and the walled garden, or try and spot the Heron and feed the ducks on the lake.
Hop all aboard and enjoy a ride on Royden Parks Miniature Railway. The Miniature Railway has a range of locomotives that operate on the raised track are usually fine scale models of full size engines. They are generally coal fired, producing steam just like the real thing. The train relies on donations from the public and operates most Sundays and Summer Bank Holidays.
With lots of open space, families can keep the costs down and enjoy a home made picnic as the kids have a little run around or play games in the fields. You can even take the pooch with you and enjoy a day out as a full family.
Royden park offers fantastic access to Thurstaston common and viewpoints over the Dee towards Wales.
Cafe and visitor centre with toilets on site. Parking fees may apply.
So for a free family day out, Royden Park may just be the place you are looking for?
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