Sefton Park Palm House
Orginally built in 1896, Sefton Park Palm House is a jewel in the crown of Liverpool’s parks. Free to enter day-to-day, the Palm House also provides a range of activities people to engage in. Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust is a registered charity, set up in 1996 to manage Sefton Park Palm House. Prior to that a committee worked closely with Liverpool City Council to bring together the final stages of a significant restoration campaign, which delivered a fully operational glass house for tropical plants.
As well as being a popular destination for botanists, tourists and locals, Palm House runs a year round programme of events to inspire and entertain, which you can find using this link.