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Visit Dunham Massey car-free
It’s quite easy to reach Dunham Massey car-free. There are regular buses from Altrincham in Greater Manchester (10 mins), stopping just outside Dunham Massey. Regular buses from Warrington (40 mins) stop 20 minutes’ stroll away, through the park.
Altrincham is 25 minutes from central Manchester by train or tram. There are also direct trains to Altrincham from Stockport (15 mins), Northwich (30 mins) and Chester (60 mins) and connections from many other places.
Check our recommended route for step-by-step directions and use our journey planner to get the best route from where you are.
Enjoy 10% off in the Ice Cream Parlour, Cafe and Restaurant, when you show a cycle helmet or a valid bus ticket.
National Route 62 passes close to Dunham Massey, on the Trans Pennine Trail from Ashton to Warrington. You can also cycle along the Bridgewater Way canal towpath. Plan your cycle route here. There are cycle parks on site in prominent positions. Once on site, cycling isn’t allowed in the grounds.
If you travel by rail, an Altrincham PlusBus ticket offers unlimited bus travel within the Greater Manchester area.
Buy a System One travelcard for bus, train and tram travel throughout Greater Manchester.
If you travel in a group of 3 or more, than you could also save money with a GroupSave train ticket.
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About Dunham Massey
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 Winter and Rose Gardens reveal the sights and scents of the seasons. Across the moat, the Georgian house offers a backdrop to the formal gardens making a picturesque spot for picnickers.
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.
Trails, events and seasonal happenings are frequent, as is the tendency to return to this much-loved place.
For any queries about visiting contact Dunham Massey on 01619411025 or email@example.com
Address: Dunham Massey, Woodhouse Lane, Altrincham, WA14 4SJ. Visit Website