Dunham Massey (NT)

Dunham Massey Hall, Dunham Massey, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 4SJ

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Nestled between the vibrant city of Manchester and the beginnings of rural Cheshire, Dunham Massey includes a 300-acre deer park, a historic house and buildings, and all-season gardens. 

Outdoors, accessible paths pass roaming fallow deer and ancient trees in the parkland, while the extensive gardens reveal the sights and scents of the seasons. The Georgian house and moat offers a beautiful backdrop to the formal gardens, a favourite spot for picnickers. Enjoy a free tour of the deer park, gardens or mill - delivered by Dunham’s dedicated volunteers and dependant on their availability.   

Indoors, ornate rooms and servant’s quarters hold a collection that spans the history of the house, while the water-powered mill and other historic buildings add further context that beckons you into the past. When the need for a break calls, enjoy a satisfying lunch in the historic Stables Restaurant, or pick up a lighter bite in the airy café.

Dogs are welcome outdoors across the site on a short lead, in the gardens from midday only.
Trails, events and seasonal happenings are frequent, as is the tendency to return to this much-loved place.

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Guide Prices

Park and Gardens ticket includes entry to the gardens, deer park, car park, cafe, shop, restaurant and facilities.
House and Servant Courtyard tickets are purchased in addition to Park and Gardens tickets and cannot be purchased separately.

Senior membership concession
If you're an existing member aged 60 or over, and you've been a member for at least the last three consecutive years, you can ask for 25 per cent off your subscription. This means that you’ll pay £68.40 for individual senior membership and £113.40 for joint senior membership.

Individual membership:
Adult membership (aged 26+) – £91.20 a year
Young person membership (18–25) – £45.60 a year
Junior membership (0–17) – £12 a year
Under-5s go free

Joint membership:
Two adults – £151.20 a year
Both adults must be aged 18+ and living at the same address

Family membership:
Two adults and their children (17 and under) – £159.00 a year
One adult and their children – £99.00 a year
All adults must live at the same address
Under-5s go free

Junior Membership:
Whether it’s a day out with grandparents or an activity with friends, junior membership provides the opportunity for endless adventures. Under 18s can explore unforgettable places and get closer to wildlife, history and culture for just £12 a year.

Benefits of junior membership
You can give membership as a gift to young people under the age of 18. Or if you’re 13 or older, you can buy it for yourself. Under 5s can continue to enjoy our places for free.
The benefits of junior membership include:
Free entry to more than 500 places in our care
A welcome pack to help you get the most from your membership
Special guides to help plan your next adventure
Online inspiration, tips and seasonal ideas
Please note, junior membership doesn’t include free car parking, the National Trust Handbook or the National Trust Magazine.


Park and Gardens: Adults £8.50 (Gift Aid £9.40), Child £4.25 (Gift Aid £4.70), Family £21.25 (Gift Aid £23.40), Family (1 adult) £12.75 (G

Opening Times

Please check the National Trust website for the most up to date opening times and prices. (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday09:00 - 17:00*
Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

Awards

  • Visit EnglandVAQAS Accredited VAQAS Accredited 2019
  • Regional and MiscellaneousA Garden of Distinction A Garden of Distinction 2010
  • RegionalMarketing Cheshire Award Winner 2019 Marketing Cheshire Award Winner 2019 2019

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  • Become a member

    As a member, you’ll help protect many of our nation’s favourite places for future generations. Every penny goes towards looking after nature, beauty and history – for everyone, for ever.

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    Take out a life membership with the National Trust to explore more than 500 places and enjoy a lifetime of benefits. Gardens bursting with colour, castles and houses with stories to tell and countryside trails leading you down an undiscovered path – you never know which place will win your heart. What’s more, your membership will help us to keep these places special for everyone, for ever.

    Benefits of being a National Trust life member:

    Free entry to more than 500 places in our care.

    Free parking at most National Trust car parks.

    National Trust Handbook, full of information about the places we look after.

    National Trust Magazine three times a year, packed with inspiration, interviews and news.

    Access to the online Members’ Area, full of first-look previews and behind-the-scenes features.

     

    Senior Membership:

    To say a big thank you to our loyal members and to make sure everybody can continue to enjoy the places they love, the National Trust offers a 25 per cent senior concession. We currently give nearly one million senior members the concession off our adult rates.

    You're the bedrock of the National Trust – with your support, we can keep looking after nature, beauty and history for ever. The most important thing for us is to make sure you can afford to continue your membership and that is why we’re happy to offer this concession.

    Senior membership concession

    If you're an existing member aged 60 or over, and you've been a member for at least the last three consecutive years, you can ask for 25 per cent off your subscription. This means that you’ll pay £63.00 for individual senior membership and £104.40 for joint senior membership.

    We can’t currently process senior membership applications online or at our places, but we can do so over the phone. To let us know that you’d like the senior membership concession, call 0344 800 1895.

    If you pay by Direct Debit, make sure you give us a ring before your next payment date.

    Why don't you update the price automatically?

    Not every member wishes to be given the concession, so we leave it up to you to decide if you want it or not. If you decide not to take the concession, at least £19 extra per year will go towards protecting more green spaces and looking after our nation's heritage.

     

    Gift Membership:

    Some Christmas gifts are impossible to wrap. Dramatic views of coast and countryside. Tranquil moments in gardens and parks. Discovering hidden secrets in historical homes. When you give someone a National Trust membership for Christmas, they get all this and more.

    Individual membership:

    Adult membership (aged 26+) – £84 a year

    Young person membership (18–25) – £42 a year

    Junior membership (0–17) – £10 a year

    Under-5s go free

    Joint membership:

    Two adults – £139.20 a year

    Both adults must be aged 18+ and living at the same address

    Family membership:

    Two adults and their children (17 and under) – £146.40 a year

    One adult and their children – £91.20 a year

    All adults must live at the same address

    Under-5s go free

    Junior Membership:

    Whether it’s a day out with grandparents or an activity with friends, junior membership provides the opportunity for endless adventures. Under 18s can explore unforgettable places and get closer to wildlife, history and culture for just £10 a year.

    Benefits of junior membership

    You can give membership as a gift to young people under the age of 18. Or if you’re 13 or older, you can buy it for yourself. Under 5s can continue to enjoy our places for free. The benefits of junior membership include:

    Free entry to more than 500 places in our care

    A welcome pack to help you get the most from your membership

    Special guides to help plan your next adventure

    Online inspiration, tips and seasonal ideas

    Please note, junior membership doesn’t include free car parking, the National Trust Handbook or the National Trust Magazine.

    More details can be found here:

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Directions

Road Directions

Take A56 towards Altrincham, then B5160.

Public Transport Directions

Catch the hourly no.280 bus from Altrincham Interchange.

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    Recent Reviews:

    • kgs1971
      Nottingham, United Kingdom
      A pleasant visit.
      4 of 5 stars
      Thursday, 21st March 2024
      A very busy car park mid week in March. A short distance to a lovely garden, with interesting plants, and the main house. Helpful volunteers in the house. Good cafe and shop. Read full review
    • T6593ZZstephenc
      Coventry, United Kingdom
      Lovely Day Out
      5 of 5 stars
      Monday, 25th March 2024
      Had great day out at Dunham Massey. Were very impressed by the many elegant rooms in the huge fully furnished hall. It was very pleasant walking around the vast parkland on hard pathways, not having... Read full review
    • veryeasilyconfused
      Crewe, United Kingdom
      Great day out
      5 of 5 stars
      Saturday, 30th March 2024
      Visited Dunham Massey with family and was really impressed. As part of the easter activities there was an egg hunt which was hugely popular and the place was buzzing. The shop had plenty of lovely... Read full review

    Facilities

    Accessibility

    • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
    • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors - Designated area for blue badge holders in main car park
    • Toilets for Disabled Visitors

    Catering

    • On-Site café/restaurant

    Parking & Transport

    • On site parking

    Provider Facilities

    • Dogs Accepted - Dogs must be kept on leads inside deer park
    • Printed Material in Foreign Languages - General welcome leaflet available in French, German, Spanish, Mandarin and Japanese

    Provider Features

    • In countryside
    • Outdoor Attraction

    Tours and Demonstrations

    • Guided Tours Available for Individuals - Daily guided walk of the park led by volunteer park guides. Meet at the clock tower at 1:30pm. Walk lasts about an hour

    Contact Us

    Tel: 0161 941 1025

    Tel: 0161 941 1025

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