Are you looking for somewhere to visit where you can relax and take in the beautiful surroundings of nature? Come along to the Southport Botanical Gardens and explore the gorgeous flora species before heading to the cafe and unwinding in a tranquil atmosphere!

Why should I visit the Southport Botanical Gardens?

The Southport Botanical Gardens are extremely well kept and even have a cafe and museum for visitors to enjoy!

Located just a few minutes out of the Southport centre in Churchtown is Southport’s Botanical Gardens! Originally created in 1874, these Victorian gardens are bursting with floral beauty and colourful displays!

Winding through the park is the garden’s lake and a multitude of pathways to explore. Make sure not to miss the Victorian Fernery, open all year round, it is home to a wonderful display of different fern species of all shapes and sizes.

Situated in the gardens, the Botanic Gardens Cafe is a favourite with its well-established customers as well as a constant stream of new visitors! The cafe specialises in homemade food and snacks as well as selling a range of unusual gifts and toys!

  • Open all year round from 7 am to 8 pm on Mondays, and 7.30 am to 8 pm Tuesday to Sunday
  • Free of charge to visit
  • Cafe and toilets are available

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