Not sure how to travel to Lark Lane? Getting here is easy, Lark Lane is roughly 3 miles from the city centre. The lane leads on to Aigburth Road, which is one of the main roads that leads to the city centre. On the other end of Lark Lane you will find the lovely Sefton Park.


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If you plan to cycle, remember to bring a lock! There are a few bicycle stands to use. If you don’t own a bike, don’t worry you can rent one from City Bike, the stand is on the Aigburth Road end of Lark Lane.


Parking is free. However driving on Lark Lane itself can be a bit precarious due to the narrow road and oncoming traffic. If you can’t find a suitable parking space, there are plenty of side roads you can use.


The bus stops are on Aigburth Road, at the end of Lark Lane. The 82, X1 buses run frequently and travel time is approximately 20 minutes to Liverpool One.


The closest train station is St Michaels and will take about 10 minutes to get to Central Station.


There is a taxi rank which runs alongside Cravens and Esteban. During off peak hours its best to call a taxi, or walk to Aigburth Road.