Arley Hall & Gardens

Dog/Pet friendly
Parking Available
Disabled Access
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Overview

Arley Hall & Gardens is home to one of the finest gardens in Britain. Renowned for their vitality, variety and historical interest, The Gardens are celebrated for the wonderful double herbaceous border.

Where is Arley Hall & Gardens located?

Signposted from junctions 9 & 10 (M56) and 19 & 20 (M6) (20 minutes from Tatton Park, 40 minutes to Manchester). Follow the brown tourist signs – CW9 6NA.

What style of garden is Arley Hall & Gardens?

The Gardens have been developed over the last 250 years by successive generations of the same family, they continue to create a garden that displays an unusual blend of steeped history and classic design with innovative modern ideas and additions.

What can guests enjoy at Arley Hall & Gardens?

Award-winning herbaceous border, exceptional plant nursery, The Garden's Kitchen cafe, disabled access to gardens and ground floor of The Hall.

Facilities & information

Summary

Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly

Facilities

Catering

Coaches

Disabled Access

Guided Tours

Parking Available

Shop

Extra info

Garden Acreage: 12.5
Parkland Acreage: 300
Closed Times: Christmas Day
Open Times: Gardens daily Summer 10am - 5pm Winter 10am - 4pm
Price Details: Summer Adult £11 Child (4-16) £5 Family £30 Winter Adult £6, Child (4-16) £3, Family £15 Parking £3 Group (15+) prices available. Annual Pass also available.
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Arrival information & directions

Address: Arley, Northwich, Cheshire, NorthwichCW9 6NA, United Kingdom

5 Minutes from junctions 19 or 20 of the M6 or junctions 9 or 10 of the M56, follow the brown tourist signs from Northwich & Knutsford.

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