Ness Botanic Gardens, Wirral
Ness Botanic Gardens was created by a cotton merchant and is now one of the finest gardens in the North
Ness Botanic Gardens on the Wirral in Cheshire was created by a rich cotton merchant named Arthur Bully in the late 1800s. It is now a great botanic garden administered by the Friends of Ness Garden.
It is a great all year garden with lots to see with rhododendrons, snowdrops and wildlife as well as brilliant summer displays.
There are plenty of activities throughout the year with lectures, walks, education programmes and child friendly activities.
Ness Botanic Gardens Opening Times 2021 - see latest information by visiting website.
Snowdrop walks in February - see website.
(Entrance after 5.00pm for Friends of Ness Botanic Gardens and guided tours only).
- Street: Ness, Neston
- Postcode: CH64 4AY
- City: South Wirral
- County: Cheshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 0845 030 4063
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