Out and About in Southport
Southport not only boasts superb golf courses, non-stop entertainment and the opening up of new attractions all the time, but it is also right next to miles of beautiful sandy beaches and top class shopping facilities.
There really is an enormous amount to do in regards to entertainment in Southport, and you can find it all on the hotel’s doorstop. You can find out more about bookings for these Southport events at the hotel. For example, Southport offers one of the best programme of events in the country, including:
Britain's second longest pier has been completely refurbished at a cost of £7 million. This fabulous pier has recently won the 'Pier of the year' award.
This is one of the largest man-made leisure pursuit lakes in England. It is home to various watersport clubs in Southport, including sailing, water-skiing and rowing. Marine Lake is also home to The Southport Belle - a Mississippi style paddle steamer that will take you on a scenic tour along Southport's Victorian seafront.
Originally opened in 1874, these classic Victorian gardens are rich in history and beauty. The gardens are packed full of floral displays and wildlife. It also boasts a winding lake, which is the length of the park. Take a boat trip or enjoy some of the best walks in Merseyside.
Opened in 1992, this children's farming attraction offers visitors the chance to experience the every day running of an actual working farm, while still having the chance to watch, feed, touch and play with animals.
As well as having these beautiful and unusual animals to see, the farm has three marvelous children's play areas: The indoor play barn, which is one of the largest in the North West, the new outdoor play area by the main farm complex and the second new outdoor play area by Lake View, which can be reached by a beautiful miniature train that crosses the farm.
If you are interested in more information about trips to any of these attractions during your stay at the Ramada Plaza Southport Hotel, please contact us.
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