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Welcome to Cheshire's Gardens

From stately homes and secret gardens, botanic blooms at Ness Botanic Gardens, the quintessentially English at Arley Hall & Gardens to exotic, oriental planting at Tatton Park, it's the ever-changing landscape of the region that continues to inspire and attract us - and the thousands of visitors that relax in, and enjoy, Cheshire's gardens every year.

Whether you prefer to discover our fabulous stately homes or get a blast of fresh air and wander through the gardens - Cheshire’s gardens have something for everyone.

As well as an abundance of beautiful gardens, Cheshire is also the ideal place to eat, sleep and relax. From indulgent holiday cottages to chic hotels and spas, you will be sure to find your perfect short break.

Check out our Cheshire's Gardens of Distinction video, showcasing some of the beautiful gardens you can see in Cheshire.

Upcoming events...

Spring Plant Fair at Arley Hall

Spring Plant Fair at Arley Hall

Openings

Plant Fair

23rd April 2017

Gather great ideas for your garden for the coming season browsing the specialist plant nurseries selling unusual plants, shrubs and bulbs.

Plant Hunter’s Fair at Adlington Hall

Plant Hunter’s Fair at Adlington Hall

Openings

Plant Hunter's Fair

7th May 2017

Back again for the 9th year, by popular demand, the Plant Hunters Fair will be held in the grounds of Cheshire’s fabulous historic Adlington Hall...

Live in the Park at Arley Hall

Live in the Park at Arley Hall

Openings

Outdoor Concert

15th July 2017

Live in the Park featuring The John Colino Band, Bob Drury as Neil Diamond and Jackie Marie as Diana Ross.