Phone 0330 128 1528
Phone 0330 128 1528

Walking Tour

Whether you’re new to the city or have lived here for years… there’s always more to learn about Liverpool! Nothing beats a long walk so why not combine it with some sightseeing?

We found a great introduction to Liverpool walking tour that you can view here.

On this walk you will visit 12 attractions over 3.6km (2.2miles) and should take approximately 2 hours, depending on your walking speed and how long you spend at each location.

Starting at the Royal Albert Dock & the Waterfront you’ll wander past the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Beatles Statues, the Royal Liver Building, St. John’s Gardens + more and finish up at Liverpool ONE.

View the full walk here.

Welcome to
Baltic Yard!

Hello! We’ve launched our website and we’re so excited to show you around. Here you can learn more about Baltic Yard and the community that we aspire to create.

Baltic Yard is a brand-new building and is still currently under construction – we’re going to start viewings in November and move-ins will start in early 2021. We’re working hard to make the building as perfect as possible ahead of your arrival.

So, a bit more about Baltic Yard: it’s a collection of 200 rental apartments set in the heart of the Baltic Triangle. We offer 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments alongside beautiful amenities such as a Residents’ Lounge, an on-site gym full of state-of-the-art equipment and a roof terrace with far-reaching views across the iconic Liverpool skyline.

If you have any questions that haven’t been answered, then please feel free to contact our friendly team on 0330 128 1528 or drop us an email on

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Autumnal walks
less than an hour
from Baltic Yard

With Liverpool currently under Tier 3 restrictions, we know it can be frustrating to find things you are allowed to do. All social mixing indoors and in private gardens is prohibited BUT you could still meet friends for a walk – as long as you keep a 2-meter distance, do not share things between different households and follow the Rule of Six.

We’ve compiled a list of beautiful walks to take in all the colours and sights of autumn – and all less than an hour from Baltic Yard!


Sefton Park – Liverpool (11 mins via A562)

Arguably the best known and most loved park in Liverpool by locals, this magnificent 235-acre park is a Grade 1 historic park and Green Flag and Green Heritage awarded site – all (practically) on your doorstep! The park also hosts fitness boot camps and British military fitness training – if that’s your thing of course. Visit the Visit Liverpool page for Sefton Park here.


Heswall Dales – Heswall, Wirral (39 mins via A552 or M53)

Enjoy panoramic views across the River Dee as well as peace and quiet when you head to Heswall and escape the city to be greeted by 72 acres of wild countryside. Boasting one of Wirral’s highest points, look out to the mountains of North Wales, take cover in woodland valleys, and finish up with a warm-up back in cosy Heswall village (you may need to check where is open/book a table somewhere ahead of your trip). Read more here.


Formby Red Squirrel Walk – Formby Point, Liverpool (49 mins via A565 or 52 mins via B5422 & A565)

Revel in the beauty that is autumn in this sheltered woodland in Formby and spy the native red squirrel in one of their northern strongholds. This circular trail starts in the car park of the National Trust site and takes you through woods, along sand dunes and past a pine plantation. Read more on the route with a printable map here. The walk is even dog friendly, the squirrels might not be though!


Delamere Forest – Frodsham, Cheshire (54 mins via M53)

This large wood in Cheshire provides a stunning setting for a crisp autumn walk, 972 hectares of woodland makes this the largest area of woodland in the country! So, try not to get lost or you could be there for a while. Visit the Forestry England website for walking trails.

Baltic Yard sits in the heart of a strongly independent and growing creative district of Liverpool