Southport Pier: Take a stroll along Southport Pier, one of the oldest and longest piers in the UK. Enjoy the sea views and, if you’re feeling adventurous, you can even take a tram to the end.
Lord Street: Explore Lord Street, Southport’s elegant main shopping street. It’s lined with boutiques, cafes, and shops, making it a pleasant place for a leisurely stroll.
The Atkinson: Visit The Atkinson, a cultural venue that houses an art gallery, museum, and a theatre. It hosts a variety of exhibitions, performances, and workshops.
Southport Botanic Gardens: Located a bit further south, the Botanic Gardens offer a peaceful retreat with beautifully landscaped gardens, a lake, and a cafe.
Marine Lake: Enjoy a leisurely walk around Marine Lake, or if you’re feeling active, consider trying some water sports like paddleboarding or kayaking.
Southport Beach: Take a relaxing walk along the sandy beachfront, or if the weather permits, enjoy some sunbathing.
Southport Pleasureland: If you’re visiting with family, Pleasureland is an amusement park with rides, arcades, and entertainment options for all ages.
Southport Theatre and Convention Centre: Check out the events schedule at the Theatre and Convention Centre. They host a variety of shows, concerts, and exhibitions throughout the year.
British Lawnmower Museum: This unique museum showcases an extensive collection of lawnmowers, offering a quirky yet interesting visit for enthusiasts or those curious about odd museums.
Hesketh Park: Just a short walk from the town center, Hesketh Park offers a tranquil escape with beautiful gardens, a lake, and even a small aviary.
Southport Model Railway Village: Perfect for families, this attraction features a miniature railway village with model buildings and trains.
Genting Casino Southport: If you’re feeling lucky, try your hand at the Genting Casino, which offers a range of gaming options.