National Wildflower Centre
A hidden gem in Merseyside, the award-winning National Wildflower Centre is the perfect family-friendly place to learn about nature.
Why you’ll love visiting us
Our seasonal visitor attraction showcases wildflowers in a natural environment with ideas that can be copied at home. The Centre has a stylish mix of refurbished old buildings and new architecture, with courtyards and a walled garden, where seasonal displays of over 400 wildflower species bloom.
Fun things for children include a giant beehive, a ringing bluebell sculpture, climbing wall, eco snakes-and-ladders, and a low-level tree house to explore. Our community programme is full of creative activities and events encouraging you to connect with nature.
Our display areas are open from April to the end of September, seven days a week, but the cafe and shop and conference rooms stay open on weekdays all year round.
By visiting you are helping a local charity. All profits go back into helping our charity Landlife educate and inspire people of all ages and abilities about wildflowers and the wildlife they sustain.
Our demonstration areas are open from March to the end of August, seven days a week, but the cafe and shop and conference rooms stay open on weekdays all year round.
We aim to make nature accessible and relevant for all our visitors. We provide information and raise awareness about the importance of wildflowers, and encourage people to learn about the creation and management of new wildflower habitats - we call this creative conservation.
By visiting you are also helping a charity. All profits go back into helping the National Wildflower Centre educate and inspire people of all ages and abilities about wildflowers and the wildlife they sustain.