This lovely 19th century public park has a walled botanic garden and a Grade II listed curator’s lodge.
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Facilities and attractions
Visitors can get a feel of the garden that once played a central role in the recreational and cultural life of Liverpool, before the destruction of the great glasshouses during the second World War. Attractions include:
- Walled garden.
- Site of the great glasshouses and ancillary buildings.
- Site of the ornamental fountain.
- Curator’s lodge.
- Current site of the Tam O’Shanter and Souter Johnny statues.
- Ornamental carpet bedding.
- Site of the fishpond.
- Site of the summerhouse.
- Site of the aviary.
- Active park friends group.
- Children's play area (swings, multi-play, junior multi-play, roundabout, spring mobile).
- Main park
- The park is open all year round.
- Walled Garden
- April-September daily from 10am-5.45pm. October-March daily from 10am-3.45pm. Closed Bank Holidays.
How to get there
- Foot and road
- You can access the park from Botanic Road off Edge Lane Drive. There is a small car park on site.
- The nearest train station is Edge Hill (0.3 miles).