Following the Gardens reopening in May 2022, we are delighted to be opening the doors to Adlington Hall to the public for the 2022 season on Sunday 5th June.

 

Historic Oak door of Adlington Hall, Cheshire

 

Free Flow 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 5th June 2022 – Sunday 28th August 2022, between 2pm and 5pm, following a fabulous summer in 2021, we are excited to be welcoming back the East Cheshire Hospice Volunteering Team to our Tea Room. They will be preparing and serving tea, coffee and delicious homemade cakes. We are proud to be supporting our amazing local hospice with all sales will go directly to the East Cheshire Hospice.

 

 

We can’t wait to welcome you!

 

Adlington Hall and Gardens will be open* Sundays from June 5th 2022 until August 28th 2022, 2pm to 5pm.

 

Adults – £10.00 per person,

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

Free entry for HH members on Public Open Days, not including Special Event Days. 

(Part of the Historic Houses Members’ Scheme from 2022)

 

You can now also pre-book tickets via the Candide Gardening Website. Tickets available to pre-book 2 weeks prior.

*Please check our website for up to date information regards open areas before you visit. 

*** PLEASE NOTE ROAD CLOSURE AND DIVERSION IN PLACE***

Junction closed at the top of Mill Lane, off the A523. Please access Adlington Hall by following the B5358 (Bonis Hall Lane). The access to Mill Lane is half blocked with Road Closure signs, however you can still access Adlington Hall this way.