Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust
Charity Number 1059957
Whether you are just out for a stroll in Sefton Park or would like to make a specific visit, Sefton Park Palm House is open to the public virtually all year round with free admission. We are fully accessible with a ramp, flat surface and a lift downstairs to the accessible toilet.
The Palm House has a full and interesting History and Heritage. As one of its kind, this glass structure is different every time you visit depending on the time of day, type of light and seasonal growth. The Liverpool Botanical Collection is a sight to be seen. Every season brings new delights to discover. With benches both inside and out, it is a perfect place for quiet reflection or, if you fancy something more lively, come along to one of our Trust events.
A recent survey of 100 visitors to Sefton Park Palm House confirms just how much this Grade 2* Listed building in the heart of Sefton Park is loved by its visitors and provides useful pointers for future developments. A summary of the results of the Palm House survey is available by clicking here.
Alongside your visit to the Palm House, why not have a walk around Sefton Park and make an afternoon of it. You could even plan a longer trip and take in some of the surrounding green areas such as Otterspool Promenade and Calderstones Park.
Find out how to get to us. Cycling is an environmentally friendly way to visit and you could pick up Cycle Route 56 which goes through Sefton Park or look out for one of the Bike Time Rides in Sefton Park. We have bike racks within the Palm House grounds for you to use.
We are so happy to be able to have our first outdoor event taking place within the Grounds We will be offering 20% off for Key Workers with the code:
BOOK ONLINE: www.ticketquarter.co.uk/Online/palm-house
THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS
by Kenneth Grahame. Adapted by Oliver Gray.
Mole yearns for adventure, Rat adores boats and Badger likes peace and quiet. Into their lives bursts Toad who loves very fast cars and just can’t seem to help getting into trouble. But can the animals reform Toad’s character and evict the squatters from his ancestral home to restore justice to the world? Kenneth Grahame’s perennial classic is brought to the stage in Illyria’s inimitable style.
Please observe social distancing and ensure you follow all government guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Perfect summer fun for everyone aged 5+ (younger children welcome)
Saturday 22 August
Gates Open: 1.30pm
Show starts: 2.00pm – 3.00pm
1 hour (with no interval)
Please bring your own rug and folding chairs, picnics welcome. Performance continues
Adults £12 Child (aged 3 – 16 years) £10
Plus Booking Fee