Ness Botanic Gardens remains open

Ensuring the health and safety of our visitors and staff remains our priority.

- Members and visitors are reminded that they should only travel to Ness for exercise.

- Members and visitors should not travel outside their local area, which has been defined by the Government as being the village, town or part of the city in which you live.

- We would encourage all Members and visitors to check Government guidance before travelling.

- The Botanic Kitchen Cafe is open for takeaways only.

- The visitor centre will be closed while current restrictions are in place.

- Download a Map of Ness Gardens (pdf)

- Click here to read our National Lockdown 2021 COVID Access Statement

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Located on the Wirral peninsula, Ness Botanic gardens was born of one man's passionate interest in plants and his desire to share that interest with others. Today the commitment to maintain, develop and share the beauty of the gardens that Arthur kilpin Bulley created over 100 years ago remains. Join us and become a member of Ness. A big thank you to Sara Bishop for the wonderful images throughout our website.