Can I visit Ness Gardens?

Can I visit Ness Gardens?

Ness is open all year round with seasonal flowers, shrubs and trees, in particular Rhododendrons, Azaleas, a beautiful rock garden, enchanting Laburnum arch and spectacular herbaceous border. Ness events include guided tours and outdoor concerts, making it a must visit attraction throughout the year.

Who owns Ness Gardens?

In 1948, a few years after his death, his daughter Lois, gave the gardens, to the University of Liverpool, under a Conditional Trust. One condition of the Trust is that the gardens must remain open to the public. They are on the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens and are Grade II.

How much does it cost to go to Ness Gardens?

1 March – 31 October

With Gift Aid Without Gift Aid
Adult £8.25 £7.50
Children (4 and under) Free Free
Children (5-16 years old) £3.85 £3.50
Family (2 adults and 3 children) £22.00 £20.00

Can you picnic at Ness gardens?

Getting around Ness Gardens There are approximately 200 benches sited around the garden at regular intervals, along with picnic benches and deckchairs.

Do you have to pay for Ness gardens?

Guide Prices Members of Ness Botanic Gardens go free.

Is Cafe at Ness gardens open?

The Botanic Kitchen Cafe is open for indoor table service and takeaways, every day from 10am. Breakfast is served from 10am – 12pm. Hot food and sandwiches are served daily until 3pm, with drinks and delicious homemade cakes available until last orders.

Are dogs allowed in Ness gardens?

Dogs. Visitors with registered Assistance Dogs are welcome and can access all areas of the gardens and public buildings, including the Visitor Centre. However, pet dogs or those that are unregistered will not be able to access the gardens or buildings, including the Visitor Centre.

How many acres is Ness gardens?

64 acres
Explore our gardens Discover over 64 acres of picturesque gardens located on the Wirral peninsula.

Do you have to pay for Ness Gardens?

Is Cafe at Ness Gardens open?