Gin Garden Liverpool

It feels like only yesterday we were at the grand re-opening of Botanical Garden. It may have been springtime, but snow was falling and we were drinking hot gin. Regardless of the weather, we were happy to be back in one of our favourite places. 

We made up for the snow with many visits in the incredible Summer we've had this year, drinking Pineapple Gin Slushies 😍. 

In 2018, Gin Garden again shone through as a jewel in the Baltic Crown. The initimate and idyllic hideaway was the destination of choice for many over the summer. Where drinks flowed and some of the regions finest artists performed. 

But now, the time has come for Botanical Garden to bring its 4th season to a close. 

They're leaving 2018 with a πŸ’₯ BANG πŸ’₯

It is your last week to enjoy Botanical Garden. As the sun sets earlier and the cold feels to be creeping in, you'll want to switch your tipple from Pineapple Slushies to the New Bird Winter Warmer. The drink is made up of cherry-infused gin, hot ginger ale and fruits!

This Saturday (29th September) there's going to be a proper send off. There's going to be free ice-cream donut sandwiches from Hotbox Donuts and some boss local DJs and night-time fesitivities including fireworks. Gin Garden is open midday until 11pm daily. 

The weather for the weekend is looking pretty good with no rain forecast and the sun should be making a surprise appearance. So if you're looking to wave goodbye to the Summer and to one of Liverpool's favourite hideaways, don't forget to head down on Saturday from midday. 

Our favourite Gin Garden pictures of 2018

Some of our favourite Gin Garden pics of 2018 from Instagram

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This blog has been written by Jess Cavendish, Digital Marketing Manager for Marketing Liverpool. Jess looks after all things website and content related for VisitLiverpool/its liverpool, Marketing Liverpool and Liverpool Convention Bureau digital channels!

Jess loves and Aperol Spritz, her second favourite city (after Liverpool of course), is a toss up between Rome and Berlin  πŸ€”