Aintree is located at Aintree, Liverpool L9 5BE, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Aintree and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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J p b Dude Collects AVGCP

3 Google Rating

I mean, it would be cool if the main entersnce/exit was the ticket hall instead of over the fence, b

3/ 5

I mean, it would be cool if the main entersnce/exit was the ticket hall instead of over the fence, but everyone’s saying “Great Staff!” So I’ll give it to the Station.

Bobby Flan

5 Google Rating

It is a great station to use really. And all staff here a good too.

5/ 5

It is a great station to use really. And all staff here a good too.

John Morris

4 Google Rating

Great staff.

4/ 5

Great staff.

David C

4 Google Rating

A bus stop is located in the car park and another adjacent to the station. Cars can drop off in the

4/ 5

A bus stop is located in the car park and another adjacent to the station. Cars can drop off in the car park close to the ticket office and platform. Ramps and steps are available to access the platform serving Ormskirk bound trains. There are shelters to escape any inclement weather. This station has a staffed ticket office, secure cycle storage area and toilet. The station is a five minute walk away from the Aintree Retail Park.

Maxwell Spaine

5 Google Rating

Love it.

5/ 5

Love it.

Kian Palmer

5 Google Rating

Does what it says on the tin; what more do you need?

5/ 5

Does what it says on the tin; what more do you need?

JAYANARAYANAN VIJAYAN SATHI

5 Google Rating

Nice place

5/ 5

Nice place

Calvin Liu

5 Google Rating

I went to the Grand National

5/ 5

I went to the Grand National

Lave Del Rey

2 Google Rating

Me and my sister (15) were both charged as adults for our tickets from Old Roan to Kirkby despite ne

2/ 5

Me and my sister (15) were both charged as adults for our tickets from Old Roan to Kirkby despite neither of us being even close to adulthood. We rarely get the train as it causes great discomfort and anxiety for us but we were exhausted and decided to do it. Another staff member tried to walk away from us when we were asking her if the train at the platform was to Kirkby. The whole experience was mentally draining and i won't be taking the train again any time soon.

Andrew J George

3 Google Rating

Not the best station

3/ 5

Not the best station

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