Tel: 01625 827595
Fax: 01625 820797
The gardens at Adlington Hall were landscaped in the 'Brownian' style during the 18th century. Earlier plantings are still in evidence, including the Lime Avenue dating from 1688, which is one of the oldest in the country.
Other features include the Wilderness with its myriad winding paths, open glades, temples, bridges and follies. Later additions include the Rose Garden, Yew Maze, Laburnum Arch, Parterre and Father Tiber Water Garden.
Open to the public in July and August only.
Open weekdays throughout the year, for groups, by prior arrangement only.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Gardens Only||from £5.00 to £7.50 per ticket|
|Gardens Only - Free Child||Free|
|House & Gardens||from £4.00 to £7.50 per ticket|
|House & Gardens||from £7.50 to £8.00 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Take the A523 and follow signs for Adlington Hall. Turn down Mill Lane, Adlington, opposite Legh Arms Pub. Adlington Hall is 0.5 miles down Mill Lane on the left.