Botanic Gardens Museum
Tue: 10am – 5pm
Wed: 10am – 5pm
Thu: 10am – 5pm
Fri: 10am – 5pm
Sat: 10am – 5pm
Sun: 10am – 5pm
10am – 5pm
The Botanic Gardens Museum is Sefton’s only local history museum and houses a wonderful collection of temporary and permanent exhibits relating to Southport’s heritage, industries and traditions. Its permanent collections belong to the public and admission is free.
Due to the museum’s setting in the beautiful Botanic Gardens, visitors are assured of a fascinating and thoroughly enjoyable day out. Aside from the many exhibits and historic reconstructions on display, visitors can also enjoy the adjoining cafe and a host of entertainments including train rides, boating and crazy golf.
Set in the beautiful Botanic Gardens, the Botanic Gardens Museum has an excellent range of facilities for hosting special events and we can be very flexible in meeting the needs of commercial clients, educational organisations and clubs.
The Botanic Gardens Museum is situated in the Botanic Gardens, Churchtown, on Bankfield Lane.
Please check with the national railway enquiries for train services and destinations by going online at www.nationalrail.co.uk
There is a free, unrestricted parking on Botanic Road, within easy walking distance of the front gates.
There is also a car park situated off Verulam Road / Balmoral Drive in Churchtown.
Our Visitor Centre here at the museum can accommodate up to 60 guests and we can provide a range of facilities including:
- Audio visual systems
- Slide projector
- Standard display aids – flip charts, marker pens etc.
Hire this Venue
Our rates are extremely competitive and we will be pleased to discuss any special requirements that you may have. To find out more about how the Botanic Gardens Museum can accommodate your needs please contact:
Nicola Jones – Museum & Galleries Officer
Tel: 01704 227547 / Send Email