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Concessions

Marine Lake Café

The Café is run by local business people Kev and Ester who have been at the Marine Lake Café for years.  The Café, once the old ticket office has been restored and a new pastiche extension added. 

The café sells homemade foods and if you fancy a drink alcoholic or non- alcoholic this is the place to visit. 

Entertainment is provided most days during the holiday season.

Café

Tea Rooms

A stunning vintage tea room in an amazing Victorian building, which sits proudly on the town side of the Gardens. 

The new tea room is located just meters away from the Victorian Horse Carousel and 2 minutes walk from Lord Street.Tea Rooms

This family run business offers freshly prepared breakfasts, light lunches and is already well known for its superb ground coffee and delicious homemade cakes. In particular the huge cream and jam scones.  Afternoon teas are their speciality (24 hours notice required). Walls Ice lollies and ice creams are also now available. Prosecco & Peroni for the over 18's.

Cream Tea 1Whether you choose to sit inside and admire the very pretty vintage décor, or sit outside alongside the grass area soaking up the Southport sunshine, this tea room certainly doesn't disappoint.

Kings Gardens Tea Rooms also cater for birthday parties, baby showers, hen parties and business meetings.

Opening Times

Open

(1 Jan 2016 - 31 Dec 2016)

Day

Times

Tuesday

09:30

17:00

Wednesday

09:30

17:00

Thursday

09:30

17:00

Friday

09:30

17:00

Saturday

09:30

17:00

Sunday

09:30

17:00

Bank Holiday

09:30

17:00

Model Village

The countries only outdoor model railway is in the gardens. Visit their website for more information

Lakeside Minature Railway

Esplanade, Southport PR8 1RX

Lakeside Miniature Railway

 The first steam train "King George V" ran 27th may 1911 at 3pm

The track was sold to Harry Barlow in 1945- renamed "Lakeside Minature Railyway". The first petrol driven trains ran from this time.

Lakeside Minature Railway was sold to John Spencer in 1968 then in 2001 to Don Clark and Graham Leeming.

In 2016 Norman Wallis purchased the railway and began its referbishment.

For more information visit Southport Pleasureland

Boating Activities

There are a number of boating opportunities on the glorious marine lake, row boats, novelty pedalos, catch the ferry to the funfair or ride the Southport jet.

Ticket Office (1)

SP JetFerry

Boat Concession

Southport Bubbleballs

'Water walk on the wild side'

Bubble Ball

Chris Trowell:- Co-ordinator for group bookings

07542 235258

christrowell@supanet.com

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, October 10, 2017