Mid Cheshire attractions by train
From Hale Station

Dunham Massey

Dunham Massey is set in a magnificent deer park and gardens. This Georgian house tells the story of the owners and the servants who lived here. In winter visit the beautiful Winter Garden especially planted to highlight the best of winter plants and shrubs.

The property is approximately two and a half miles from either Hale or Altrincham stations and can be reached by interesting routes of varying lengths, for more information visit midcheshirerail.org.uk/station/hale/Group visits - average length three hours, introductory talks, guided tours and out of hours tours (additional charge) can be arranged. Please pre-book all group visits direct with Dunham Massey. Group bookings are not accepted at weekends or during school holidays.

Tel: 0161 941 1025

www: nationaltrust.org.uk

 

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