Following the opening of our Gardens and Grounds to the public in May 2021, COVID restrictions allowing, we are excited to finally be opening the doors to Adlington Hall to the public for the season. PLEASE NOTE WE REQUEST FACE COVERINGS BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN INDOORS.

 

Historic Oak door of Adlington Hall, Cheshire

 

Guided Hall Tours take place throughout the afternoon. Learn the history of Adlington Hall and the Legh family, owners of the Hall for over 700 years and covering 25 generations, from our hugely knowledgeable and friendly guides. See the famous historic organ of Adlington Hall and hear all about the connection to George Frideric Handel, the famous Baroque composer.

 

Organist Jonathan Scott plays the famous Organ, once played by Frideric George Handel, at Adlington Hall, Cheshire.

Entry includes access to the Gardens and Grounds surrounding the Hall, making it perfect for an afternoon out.

 

Temple to Diana, Adlington Hall Wilderness, Cheshire.

 

From Sunday 1st August, between 2pm and 5pm, we are delighted to be welcoming the East Cheshire Hospice Volunteering Team to our Tea Room. They will be preparing and serving tea, coffee and delicious homemade cakes. All sales will go directly to the East Cheshire Hospice.

We can’t wait to welcome you – please do remember your face coverings as we request they be worn at all times when indoors.

Adlington Hall Gardens will be open* Sundays from June 27th 2021 until August 29th 2021, 2pm to 5pm.

 

Adults – £10.00 per person,

Children (15 and under) and students – £5.00 per person

You can now also pre-book your tickets via the Candide Gardening Website.

*Please check our website for up to date information regards open areas before you visit. Opening of all indoor areas are subject to COVID restrictions.