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24 Cheshire’s Gardens of Distinction Lyme Park


Disley, Stockport SK12 2NX T: 01663 762023 E: lymepark@nationaltrust.org.uk W: nationaltrust.org.uk


There’s so much to see and do on a visit to Lyme Park. The garden’s displays change delightfully through the seasons, and the sumptuous herbaceous borders and Rose Garden give scent and colour in the summer months. There’s loads of room for kids to let off steam, and space for peace and quiet as you admire the magnificent rolling parkland and wild surrounding moors. And of course the house itself is famous as the fabulous setting for numerous period dramas. Interactive displays, delicious food, brilliant gift ideas − Lyme Park really does have something for everyone.


Open: Gardens: 25th February – 28th October; Daily, 11am – 5pm. House: 25th February – 28th October; Daily, 11am – 5pm except Wednesday & Thursday. Garden & ‘Nuffin like a Puffin’ exhibition 3rd November – 17th February, 11am – 3pm weekends & school holidays.


Admission: Free to National Trust Members. House & Garden: Adult £11, Child £5.50, Family £25. Includes a voluntary 10% donation which will be put towards the restoration & up keep of this property or visitors can choose to pay the standard admission prices excluding donation.


Location: Entrance is off the A6; 6.5 miles south east of Stockport. 17 miles north east from Buxton.


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Accessibility: Partly accessible grounds – some uneven paths, steep slopes & cobbles; accessible entrance to mansion for wheelchairs – steps to other floors; wheelchair available.


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