A garden for all seasons, an ancient deer park and a house filled with treasures and stories
Escape to Dunham Massey's garden and unwind in beautiful surroundings.
A variety of landmarks guide visitors around the garden. The orangery provided the family with a space to grow exotic fruits. Originally built with a glass roof, the slate one visible today was installed in the early 20th century. Enjoy sweeping views of the lawn from the 7th Earl’s bark house and discover the well house, family dog graves and the mount- thought to date back as far as 1173.
Explore the House - Immerse yourself in Victorian grandeur as chandeliers, grand paintings and luxurious silk see the House transformed to tell a tale of love and loss.
Collect your House and Garden ticket from Visitor Reception on arrival.
Britain's largest and best winter garden awaits you
Truly now a garden for all seasons
Enjoy a game of croquet on a summer's afternoon
Park and garden tours available at no extra charge
Access to the house is limited, and not all of our collections are on show. Please visit the NT collections website for further information
Front-carrying baby slings and hip-carrying infant seats for loan
Family activities in school holidays
Accessible grounds and gardens, flat paths with firm surfaces. Cobbled area which can be avoided, map available
Designated mobility parking in main car park, 20 – 30 metres from visitor centre
Accessible toilets in visitor centre and stables
Shuttle transfer to house and garden available most days from March to October
Drop-off point available
PMVs and wheelchairs available on free hire, booking required
Very limited access to all areas of the house. Please see our access statement on the main website