St Helens Tourist Information
St. Helens in Merseyside near Liverpool is famously associated with rugby league team The Saints, and offers varied attractions for children and adults alike. The award-winning World of Glass Museum is your chance to watch glass-blowing and to try it yourself, and there are regular glass-painting activity days available with advance booking. North West Museum of Road Transport is packed with classic vintage vehicles including highlight attraction – a selection of vintage buses, with free vintage bus rides available once a month.
Knowsley Safari Park is one of St. Helen’s most famous attractions, featuring the Aerial Extreme high ropes course which is the biggest in the UK. Of course, if you’d prefer to keep your feet on solid ground you can enjoy a stroll through Sherdley Park stopping off at the pets’ corner, the play area or try the 18-hole golf course.
Take your camera to The Dream – a 20 metre sculpture situated at the Sutton Manor Colliery – or visit St. Helen’s best live music venue, The Citadel. The St. Helen’s Theatre Royal with its eye-catching glass frontage is a first class performance venue with a mix of music, theatre and comedy performances including a comedy club. St Helens offers quality, affordable accommodation near Haydock Park, Liverpool and major motorway links including the M6 and the M62. Browse and compare prices for St Helens accommodation online now.