What's the Pollen Count in Liverpool Today?
Find out more about the pollen count in Liverpool today by using our pollen tracker. Enter your postcode to see the pollen levels in your area to help plan your day.
Pollen Forecast for Liverpool
Find out Liverpool’s pollen count for up to five days ahead. Use this information to plan when to head to Albert Docks or visit one the city’s museums. Make sure your hay fever allergy doesn’t spoil your plans in Liverpool.
Pollen Hotspots in Liverpool
Liverpool’s location near the coast means that while the pollen count near you might be high, hay fever sufferers can experience less severe symptoms thanks to the sea breeze . The city’s inner-city parks and tree-lined streets do make some areas hay fever hot spots in the summer.
But, while there are plenty of green spaces like Sefton Park you might want to avoid on high pollen days, there are also many museums and restaurants where you can enjoy the cultural highlights of the city inside.
Graph shows mean pollen grains per metre cube in Liverpool
Thanks to relatively high levels of weed pollen compared to some other cities, parks are obviously hotspots. Our pollen calendar can help you find out when weed pollen is at a high. During these months, you might want to avoid day trips to Sefton Park, the Festival Garden and Calderstones Park.
Alternatively, if you do fancy a day in Everton Park Nature Garden or Newsham Park, just make sure you’re carrying a pack of Allergy Comfort Wipes with you so you can regularly wipe allergens from your skin.
Hay Fever Friendly Activities in Liverpool
Liverpool was crowned the European Capital of Culture in 2008 and boasts a huge range of attractions as a result. From The Beatles to its many art galleries and museums, there’s plenty of amazing indoor attractions to keep you busy on high pollen days. Discover your local pollen forecast with our pollen tracker.
In the spring and summer months is when you’ll notice a definite increase in the pollen count in Liverpool. Tree pollen reaches a local high in April, while grass peaks in June and weed pollen in July. During these times, why not pre-book tickets to some of the city’s best-loved attractions to make sure your plans are sorted.
Graph shows pollen grains per metre cube by month for each main type in Liverpool
Liverpool is famous for its high-end boutiques - but is also jam-packed with vintage shops and independent stores. From the iconic Bold Street to the Red Brick Market in the Baltic Triangle, there’s plenty of places to head for some retail therapy.
1. Bold Street
2. Clayton Square Shopping Centre
3. The Red Brick Market
4. Liverpool ONE (but everyone knows that ONE)
From amazing modern art galleries to Beatles tours, Liverpool is a culture lover’s delight. Follow in the footsteps of the Fab Four on Matthew’s Street, or head to Anfield for a tour of the world-famous football ground.
1. The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
2. British Music Experience
3. Walker Art Gallery
While pollen hotspots might be a no-go on summer days, these outdoor attractions are away from most pollen sources. Trendy tourists will love the Baltic Triangle area, while the Royal Albert Dock area is one of the most iconic areas of the city.
1. Baltic Triangle (not as cold as it sounds)
2. Formby Beach
3. The Cavern Quarter