Last updated on 07 April 08
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Princes Park Liverpool

  • Princes Park, Liverpool Photograph © Scott Davies

Gardenvisit Editorial

A classic example of the Victorian park as 'a serpentine park in an urban setting'. Princes's park was designed by Joseph Paxton and James Pennethorne in 1842. The plan was drawn by John Robertson and Edward Milner supervised the work. The park has a serpentine lake and a circular carriage drive.
Address - Ullett Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, L36 9YU
Opening times - Open all year

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This garden has been designed and influenced by Joseph Paxton, James Pennethorne

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