This beautiful, ornate greenhouse was once a nursery used to grow native and tropical plants to landscape Brighton and Hove’s green spaces, one of just three remaining structures of its kind in England.
Our ambition is to bring life, colour and creativity back to this iconic heritage building for the enjoyment of our community.
The palm house was first opened in the year of our Queen’s coronation. To honour Her Majesty’s 70 years on the throne, the restored building will be called the ‘Jubilee Palm House’. Our target is to complete the project and open its doors to the public in 2024.
Join us in celebrating history and planting the seeds for a greener future.