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Crosby Beach

750 Reviews

Crosby Beach

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N H wrote a review 20 Jan
Newton-Le-Willows, United Kingdom3,071 contributions192 helpful votes
Lovely to walk along and great for kids to build sandcastles or play games. The statues are on the beach and they are interesting to view.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Ellebee wrote a review Oct 2020
Southport, United Kingdom923 contributions333 helpful votes
Went at low tide to see Anthony Gormley’s statues. Massive wide beach with golden sand and good car parking albeit pay and display. Suggest a hat and wellies if going in colder weather but it’s a lovely walk which is clearly very popular. Refreshments and toilets also available here.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Tom B wrote a review Sep 2020
Chesterfield, United Kingdom411 contributions60 helpful votes
We visited Crosby Beech on a sunny warm afternoon for a walk on the beech. It was great. Plenty of space it's huge and stretches for miles. A walk through the sand dunes leads to the beech. Well worth a visit for a nice walk. Parking, there are several but some are National Trust and if you are a member it's free otherwise £7 for all or any part of the day. Pay and display.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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ineversaid wrote a review Sep 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom30 contributions2 helpful votes
Visited the beach to see Anthony Gormley’s Another Place statues. Parked for free across the road from the leisure centre and got a space no problem around 10.30. Portaloos near the carpark. Huge beach, easy to social distance, and the statues were great. Great for a good walk. Watch for the tide - comes in very fast! There was an ice cream van, but other than that couldn’t see any shops or facilities.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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MrsWYN-R wrote a review Sep 2020
Somerset, United Kingdom1,950 contributions327 helpful votes
Have wanted to come to Crosby Beach to see the Anthony Gormley "Another Place" sculptures for some time and I was not disappointed. The beach is located a few miles north of Liverpool it is sign posted and easy to find with use of a satnav. The beach is huge and the sculptures are very atmospheric looking out to sea. The beach is very clean and people really enjoy it. As a photographer the beach and sculptures did not disappoint and it was worth the years of waiting.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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