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Dunham Massey Hall & Gardens, Altrincham

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Historic Site
Enjoy the fine landscape of Dunham Massey Hall & Gardens and learn about the site's history as a military hospital. Check out the notice board to see what’s in bloom when you visit. Explore the rose garden or stroll along tree-lined avenues in the deer park. The park is a site of national importance because it houses some of the oldest trees in England. Artwork on display in the hall includes busts and paintings. The historic mill is the oldest building on the grounds. Put Dunham Massey Hall & Gardens into our Altrincham itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • I visited this National Trust property with my husband on a very warm and sunny Saturday afternoon and it was extremely busy. However, there was plenty of car parking space and lots of people seemed t...  more »
  • We only did the grounds and dear park which were wonderful as was the snack bar…can’t say the same about the organisation on 9th April…school holidays. Long queue to get in the car park…fair enough, b...  more »
  • £6 for a car to park.. We went as they were advertising Easter egg hunts​for children for £2 . .. Sounds reasonable... Until you find that before you can go on this, you have to pay £30 for the family...  more »
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  • Love taking the family here for some good outdoor times. National trust, cafe and restaurant are good but busy so plan the time right. Gardens are good at all seasons (plus feed the chickens which the kids love.) Deer garden gives a good walk and the house is good to look around. Highly recommended in autumn for excellent fun in the leaves.
  • Lovely National Trust hall and gardens. Good footpaths through woodland with lakes, bird life and friendly deer. Good cafes. Great for all ages. Garden was planted with winter and spring flowering bulbs 2 years ago. Lovely!
  • Great scones in the cafe! Not the largest grounds, but attractive and easy to walk around - you'll always spot a few deer on your wanderings! The exhibitions in the house are always worth visiting too.
  • Dunham Massey is one of my favourite National Trust estates. It has beautiful gardens and extensive woodlands with deers, ponds and trails for visitors to enjoy. Entrance to the stately home is a must for all those visiting Dunham. It also contains a cafe, restaurant, shop and an ice cream parlour for visitors to enjoy. A worthwhile day out for all to enjoy.
  • Fantastic grounds. Lots for the family to do. We only spent a couple of hours but could have easily spent the whole day it is so big. Activities during half term, kids went on a welly hunt in the gardens.