Lymm Heritage Centre

1 Legh Street, Lymm, Cheshire, WA13 0DA

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About Us

Lymm is a popular destination for visitors at any time.  There’s great walks, and great places to eat, drink and shop, all set in a picturesque village with the old Cross at its heart.  But your trip wouldn’t be complete without paying a visit to discover the Lymm Story at Lymm Heritage Centre.

In fact why not make it your first stop?  You can pick up a map or a trail and also learn so much about the village’s fascinating history. Where else would you find a dinosaur and football legend Pele in the same exhibition?  We’ll explain!  Discover why we have both a horse’s head and a hare’s foot on display. 

For history buffs looking to dig deep into local history we have 3,000 images and documents online on a touchscreen plus interactive displays about Lymm’s many trades and  traditions as well as its unique transport heritage. We are also a family friendly attraction. There’s a free kids’ activity book with quizzes and puzzles that will you take round the Centre and the village. Meet our dinosaur, search for fossils, build a LEGO icebreaker, drive the loco on our ship canal layout, try the floor jigsaw challenge. You can even get dressed up and have your photo taken in the stocks! 

Best of all it’s FREE, though of course we always welcome donations and new friends.

See what our visitors say:
"Amazing exhibition can't wait to visit again with my father"
"Every time we visit you have something new to see – We love the Centre"
"So glad I came –Found out so much I didn’t know about Lymm"

We look forward to welcoming you!

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Guide Prices

Admission is FREE although donations welcome.

Opening Times

Winter Season (1 Oct 2021 - 31 Mar 2022)
DayTimes
Monday - WednesdayClosed
Thursday - Sunday12:00 - 16:00
Summer Season (1 Apr 2022 - 30 Sept 2022)
DayTimes
Monday - WednesdayClosed
Thursday - Sunday13:00 - 17:00

Directions

Road Directions

By Car:  Head for Henry St Car Park WA13 0LS via Bridgewater Street -  adjacent to the Heritage Centre

Public Transport Directions

By Boat: we are just 50 yards from the village centre Bridgewater Canal moorings.

By Bike: The Trans-Pennine Trail runs through Lymm. Leave it at the Rangers Hut and head up Whitbarrow Road to the village centre,  ¼ mile. Under the Whitbarrow Aqueduct.  The Centre is then on your right.  

By Bus: 5A or CAT5 Warrington > Altrincham > Warrington. Alight at the Cross.

Access: There are four steps to approach the entrance.  All level inside with good disabled toilets.

Assistance dogs welcome.

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Contact Us

Tel: 01925 558970

Tel: 01925 558970

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