Southport has many exciting attractions to visit. Here is a guide to what Southport Attractions are worth visiting when you stay at The Warwick Southport.
The Marine lake is a hub of activity especially on a nice day in Southport. You can hop on board the Mississippi Boat and take a trip around the lake or just relax on and take in the view. At Marine Lake you’ll find a choice of water based activities to keep the whole family entertained. Hop on board the Southport Belle – a Mississippi style paddle boat as it travels around the lake. Or for speed junkies hire your own motor boat and navigate your way through the waters.
Great for the Children and adults alike Splashworld is located near the seafront by the Pleasueland attraction. Splashworld has river rapids, flume ride, lazy river and a children's play area. Opening times vary so make sure you check out the web site for up to date times.
British Lawnmower Museum
Well worth the visit the internationally famous Lawnmower Museum is a unique experience, located in the centre a few minutes from the Famous Lord Street. You can see some fastest Lawnmowers in the world seen on TV, The Unique Cordless Electric Ride on Mower, Lawnmowers being used before the time of Custers Last Stand and The water cooled ‘Egg’ Boiler Lawnmower.
Kings Gardens Restoration A £5 million restoration project to restore King's Gardens to its former glory started January 2013. In 2001 the park was added to the Register of Parks and Gardens (Grade II) in recognition of its ‘special historic interest.’ go to http://www.sefton.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=7560
New Pleasureland Southport is Southport\'s own fun fair with no entrance fees and loads of rides! Located near the seafront next to Splashworld this is great place for a family day out. http://www.southportpleasureland.com
A recognisable landmark of the Southport is the Grade II listed Pier at Southport beach – the oldest iron pier and second longest in the country. Hop on board the one-of-a-kind Pier tram to the end pavilion or if you’d rather stretch your legs you can stroll the Pier’s full length. In the Pier's Pavilion there's a licensed cafe, a small exhibition on Southport history as well as traditional penny slot machines such as pre-decimalised one-armed bandits. Parking is available on Marine Drive. Open every day except:- Christmas day & during the Southport Air Show. Times vary, please check before arriving.