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Walkden Gardens, Sale

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 90+ 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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  • Beautiful gardens also known as the secret gardens. Stunning at all times of the year. well worth a visit 
  • This park is split into sections, so hide and seek is a must. There are different areas with a good range of plants, all well kept by local residents. They host film nights too. Not masses of space fo...  read more »
  • Beautifully maintained gardens in the heart of Sale. Particularly loved the Japanese garden featuring walking path, small arbour and dwarf pines. The gardens are delight for ones eye in any season. 
  • very interesting gardens nice to sit and look
  • Lovely set of gardens that feels much larger than the site should allow. The Japanese Garden is particularly good.
  • Nice gardens, surprisingly big with lots of little places to walk around.
  • More of a place to visit high summer or even winter.. Neither impressed or disappointed
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