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Time your visit to this outdoor attraction during low tide. Crosby Beach to the north of the city hosts 100 iron figures cast from the artists' own bodies then erected over a three-kilometer area. Anthony Gormley's simple yet remarkable installation...more
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Another Place by Antony Gormley is Definitely one of our favourite places.
This magnificent meeting of art and sea is located on the Crosby coastline on the outskirts of Liverpool.
The work comprises of 100 cast iron figures and embraces an area of 3 square...More
We were visiting Liverpool so couldn’t miss the opportunity to see these sculptures. It is a lovely walk onto the beach and then you see them! 100 figures looking out to sea. We watched as they were covered by water and it was not long...More
We went on an almost cloudless day .The installation itself is fantastic - especially at low tide. However care is needed. On the day we visited two ladies got stuck in the mud up to their waist and had to be rescued. A couple of...More
We went when the tide was nearly out, the best time I think. The day was sunny and bright and visibility was excellent. We all found it not only visually exciting, but very moving. There was also an excellent catering van on the promenade, so...More
A cool autumn evening, sun setting, tide out. Wow what a beautiful experience. Such a vast space and so many statues to see. This is truly a work of art and the area is beautifully kept. Well done to the local residents and people that...More
It was drizzling and overcast when we went, but that added to the atmosphere - the figures morphing with the sea and the sky. Excellent. And along the path Mallow, Horseradish and Sea Holly Well worth a visit
Check the low tide times for that date. You won’t be able to visit all the statues as you’ll be too far out to sea plus you need to consider that areas of unstable sand exist and the advancing tides too. But you can... More
Check the low tide times for that date. You won’t be able to visit all the statues as you’ll be too far out to sea plus you need to consider that areas of unstable sand exist and the advancing tides too. But you can appreciate a few close to shore and the rest in long distance view.
Response from superdooperstarlet | Reviewed this property |
I live here so know that when the tide is in there still is sand. It’s much better to come though when the tide is out as you get to see many more of the Iron Men. If you’ve never been here, your in for a real treat.
You can get a train from Liverpool central to Blundell sands, and its then 1 10-15 min walk to the beach
You can catch the 53 from Queens Sq bus station and get off at Mersey road @ Waterloo (5 Min walk )