Calderstones Park (Liverpool)
Calderstones Park is a botanic garden and urban park in Liverpool.
The main entrance is in Menlove Avenue, in the Allerton area of the city.
Covering 121 acres, Calderstones Park has been in the ownership of the City of Liverpool since 1902.
Among the many horticultural features are herbaceous borders, a rock garden, walled and Japanese gardens, as well as an important ree collection.
The Allerton Oak is estimated to be a thousand years old, and the Calder Stones are the remains of an ancient burial ground.
The children`s playground was opened by Sir Paul McCartney in 2000 and dedicated to his late wife Linda.