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Walkden Gardens, Sale

(4.6/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
Walkden Gardens are owned by Trafford Council and are open free of charge to the public.

The Friends of Walkden Gardens work with Trafford Council to maintain and improve the Gardens.

The Gardens are at the junction of Marsland Road and Derbyshire Rd, with the entrance via the car park on Derbyshire Road. Postcode M33 3EL.

Public transport: the 266/267 buses from Altrincham stop near the Gardens. Alternatively, it is about a 15 minute (0.7 mile) walk from Brooklands Metro Station to the Gardens.
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  • quiet haven for relaxation in suburban surroundings, featuring the famous dovecote moved there to make way for M60 extension  more »
  • Every path leads to an immaculate different area so a surprise round every bend.The gardens are kept beautifully thanks to a hidden army of volunteers. Have been to see a Shakespeare play and attended...  more »
  • Wonderful place and all credit to the people who look after it, because it's absolutely massive and there is never a leaf out of place. Lots of interlinking gardens on different themes, some small wit...  more »
  • One of the best garden parks I've been too. Beautiful little secret areas to explore.
  • Such a lovely set of spaces interconnected with pathways, it's easy to think you're the only person there most of the time although it's very popular.
  • Lovely set of gardens that feels much larger than the site should allow. The Japanese Garden is particularly good.
  • very interesting gardens nice to sit and look
  • Nice gardens, surprisingly big with lots of little places to walk around.