Nature Trail

Nature Trail

Please note that due to COVID Safe measures, we're currently not distributing official materials for the Nature Trail. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy our beautiful Chavasse Park. How many flowers and plants can you name? Try taking pictures, and tag us on on social media!

Our Liverpool ONE Nature Trail (available from 3 April) offers kids aged 4 – 11 a chance to interact with Chavasse Park’s natural environment and learn about the flora and fauna that call it home.

The Nature Trail is best enjoyed on a sunny day when Chavasse Park feels like an idyllic island paradise in the heart of the city. Young explorers use an official Liverpool ONE Nature Trail leaflet to follow when they embark on their exciting adventure…

Nature Trail route

The trail begins with a ‘warm-up’ on Thomas Steers Way – opposite the giant Sugar House Steps. From here, little explorers are encouraged to follow the Nature Trail map, ascending the stairs into Chavasse Park, before beginning their search for the Nature Trail signposts hidden in the undergrowth.

At each signpost, adventurers must undertake a task that involves investigating that area; perhaps they’ll be asked how many different bugs they can find, identify the species of trees from their leaves, or, investigate why lichen might grow on their bark!

The trail finishes back on Thomas Steers Way near our fountains.

Happy exploring!



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