Crosby Beach

Sports and Leisure

Crosby Beach stretches over 2.5 miles as a part of the Merseyside coastline, north of Liverpool in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, England.

Sculptures on the Beach

Crosby Beach are part of the Merseyside coastline and is now the permanent home to ‘Another Place’, the sculpture by internationally acclaimed artist, Antony Gormley. 

Crosby Beach stretches over 2.5 miles as a part of the Merseyside coastline, north of Liverpool in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, England.

 

Crosby Beach starts North-West from the Seaforth Dock in the Port of Liverpool, across to Waterloo where it separates the sea from the Marina. Crosby beach has been awarded the Quality Coast Award by keep Britain Tidy emphasising to visitors the standards of beach management at Crosby are of the highest.

 

In addition, Crosby Beach has recently homed ‘Another Place’, the sculpture by internationally acclaimed artist Antony Gormley.

 

Different areas of Crosby Beach can be reached by train via the Northern Line, both Waterloo Station, Blundellsands and Crosby which are all a 3/4 mile walk, there is also a Local Bus service run by Merseyrail.