Dine are now in the fortunate position to be working in partnership with Sefton Park Palm House, to offer exquisite catering and event management for weddings, private parties and corporate entertaining.
Liverpool millionaire Henry Yates Thompson gifted £10,000 to the city to build the Palm House. Originally opening in 1896, measuring 25m in height with 3,710 flat individually cut panes of glass, the Sefton Park Palm House was and still is one of Liverpool's treasured landmarks.
After various closures due to damage caused in the war and lack of repairs in the 1980's, the Palm House was threatened with demolition. Local residents gathered in 1991 and campaigned for partial restoration of this beautiful building, leading to it's re-opening in 1993. In 1997 the Heritage Lottery Fund & English Heritage grants allowed for a complete restoration of the Palm House and it reopened the doors in September 2001.
Sefton Park Palm House is a unique and beautiful venue, suitable for any occasion, but it's also worth keeping in mind, that booking your event here will contribute towards the preservation of this treasured landmark for future generations.
- Grade II* listed Victorian glasshouse - a beautiful heritage venue in the heart of Liverpool
- This iconic venue is also home to the Liverpool Botanical Collection, offering a truly unique setting for your special day
- Versatile venue suitable for private parties, charity events, corporate entertaining and spectacular weddings
- Award winning service and food from Dine - in partnership with the team at Sefton Park Palm House
- Licensed for wedding ceremonies
- Full disabled access