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Gardens in or near Macclesfield

Macclesfield is a market town full of attractive georgian mills, houses, inns, churches and chapels. Enjoy many beautiful walks and admire the stunning countryside on the outskirts of the Peak Deistrict. Visit the Macclesfield Silk Museum and discover the wonders of a working silk mill. Other attractions include Capesthorne Hall, Teggs Nose Country Park and Adlington Hall. Gardens in or near Macclesfield Hare Hill and Capesthorne Hall are listed below.
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3.4 miles from the centre of Macclesfield
Hop along to Hare Hill Garden Hare Hill Garden is a charming wooded and walled garden set amid rolling parkland.
4.7 miles from the centre of Macclesfield
Capesthorne Hall and Gardens are open Sundays, Mondays and Bank Holidays to the public between April and October. With formal gardens, lakes and woodland walk.
7.1 miles from the centre of Macclesfield
Explore the magnificent Lyme Park, Surrounded by stunning Parkland Lyme Park is a 17 acre high-Victorian garden boasting impressive, colourful bedding schemes, an Edwardian rose garden, Jekyll-style herbaceous border of hot colours, a ravine garden with a stream, rhododendrons, azaleas, ferns, and a reflection lake, There is a fine orangery with two ancient camellias, a spectacular sunken Dutch garden with clipped box and ivy. The garden is surrounded by a medieval deer park of almost 1...
9.1 miles from the centre of Macclesfield
Explore the Beautiful Biddulph Grange Gardens James Bateman's Victorian Biddulph Grange Gardens near Stoke-on-Trent was beautifully restored by the National Trust and the result is a day out that allows you to journey the world via its plants. The garden has a number of themed areas so you will find yourself wandering from the Chinese Temple to the Egyptian Court and onto the Pinetum, the Dahlia Walk and the Himalayan Glen. There are tunnels, passageways and undulating paths that wea...
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