The Palm House Sefton Park is an iconic Grade ll* listed Victorian Glasshouse located in Sefton Park, Liverpool. The botanical collection is home to over 200 plants, some of which are extremely rare. Built in 1896, the Palm House was designed and built by MacKenzie and Moncur of Edinburgh. Liverpool millionaire Henry Yates Thompson gifter £10,000 towards its construction. Heavily damaged during the WWII Blitz of May 1941 the Palm House deteriorated and closed in the 1980s. in 1992 the glasshouse was rescued by the “Save the Palm House” campaign and reopened its doors once again in 1993.
Crazy Golf Setup Location
The gravelled area to the side of the palm house is perfect for either our Wedding or the Wedding PLUS packages.
What if it Rains?
In the event of rain we would cover the course with our 4 pop-up gazebos, allowing your guests to enjoy themselves under cover.
Winter Events at Palm House Sefton Park
Unfortunately there isn’t any indoor space that we can use to set up the mobile crazy golf course. This means we can only do summer weddings between April and September.