Palm House in Sefton Park 18 Jan 1110 Feb 14 by Pete I’m sure the Palm House lights up. Unfortunately it didn’t appear to while I was there specifically to photograph it lit up at dusk. Still, I like this photo of it but I will be back. Tags: Architecture Dusk landscape Liverpool Pete Photographer and part time Spider-man. Related Articles The Reds In Uncategorized Hillsborough remembered 25 years on in Liverpool In Featured Mike Stubbs – FACT Director In Black-and-White 5 thoughts on “Palm House in Sefton Park” I think it’s only lit till a certain time unless there’s an event on – I’ve been there myself waiting for dusk when they’ve turned the lights off, it’s a bit of a pisser as when there’s an event on there’s always loads of cars outside… Cost saving initiative presumably! They’ve got rows of lights on the gantry. I’ve been lucky enough to shoot from up there at a wedding. Looks great when it is. Yes, we only have the main lights on during setup and take down, otherwise lights are turned down for atmosphere if there is a function on or the LED energy saving lights are used overnight when there is no event on. Ah right. Thanks for the info Elizabeth-anne. I’ll have to catch it when there’s an event on. Pretty. Comments are closed.