Sefton Park in Liverpool is a magnificent 200-acre Park that looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park.

Located within the park is Sefton Park Palm House – an octagonal, 3 tiered, Grade 2* listed Victorian glasshouse displaying plants from around the world.

Sefton Park Palm House is open to the public 7 days a week with varied events programme for all the family. Also available for private and corporate hire, a unique venue for that special occasion.

Sefton Park Palm House is managed by Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust both as a visitor attraction and a private and public venue for events.

The aim of the management is that everyone can enjoy this fabulous venue of historical, architectural and horticultural interest.

Established plants from all over the world create a lusciousness inside. The collection of plants from all over the world today serves to remind people of the richness and diversity of our environment.

Sefton Park Palm House is a building of unusual architecture built to extraordinary engineering precision.

Whether relaxing on the grass, playing sport or just taking a leisurely stroll around the lake, Sefton Park has something for everyone.

As a Grade 2 listed building, Palm House is a warm and welcoming venue away from the hustle and bustle of the city – perfect for little explorers who want to wander around the exotic plants and statues.

Sefton Park attractions and facilities:

  • Grade 2 * listed Palm House
  • Grade 2 listed Shaftesbury Memorial and Eros Fountain.
  • Grotto or ‘Old Nick’s Caves’.
  • Boating lake.
  • Angling (registration permit required)
  • Bandstand, said to be the inspiration for The Beatles’ Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band.
  • Peter Pan Statue.
  • Fairy Glen.
  • Aviary viewing point.
  • Aviary Café.
  • Lakeside Café.
  • Children’s playground (swings, slide, climbing frames, round about, spring mobile, multi play area).
  • Parking points around the park and also on street parking

Sefton Park Palm House
Sefton Park
Liverpool L17 1AP
Tel: 0151 726 2415

Road Directions
Exit the M62 at jct 4, turn left onto Queens Drive. Follow Queens Drive (A5058) across the major jct with Menlove Ave & Allerton Rd to merge into Mossley Hill. After going under a railway tunnel, at next traffic lights turn right into North Mossley Hill Rd.

Turn at next left into Greenbank Lane. At end turn left when you will see the Palm House ahead across the park. Park on perimeter of the park. The Palm House is just a short walk.

Public Transport Directions
St Michaels Train Station is 1 mile from the Park.
By Bus: 75 from Lime Street to Ullet Rd (bordering the park)every 10 mins, 80 from Lime St to Ullet Rd every 15 mins, 80A Lime Street to Ullet Road every 15 mins.

Sefton Park Palm House is just off Cycle Route 56 (which runs from the city centre through the park). Bike racks available on site.



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