North West

From magnificent houses and mighty castles, to stunning coastline and dramatic landscapes, there’s plenty to explore in the North West.

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Alice in Wonderland

Iâ¿¿m late, Iâ¿¿m late! Meet the white rabbit at Speke Hall

Wonderland returns to Speke Hall from 8 - 19 April. Escape everyday life and join in with a whirlwind adventure. 

Hunt for her majesty's stolen tarts on an indoor trail and join the Red Queen in a game of croquet or the Dodo in a crazy Caucus race. If running around isn’t your cup of tea, why not pay a visit to the Mad Hatter’s Tea Rooms and enjoy a scone or two!

Walk through golden drifts

A sign that spring is here, a host, of golden daffodils © NTPL/National Trust Images/Paul Harris

A sign that spring is here, a host, of golden daffodils

Named after a Greek god who fell in love with his own reflection, narcissus pseudonarcissus - or daffodil, as it’s better known - is a springtime invitation to enjoy a walk. The Lake District is blessed with sumptuous drifts of native daffodils

Street to Studio: The Hardmans' House

59 Rodney Street © NTPL/Andreas von Einsiedel

59 Rodney Street

From Street to Studio: capturing the people and places of bygone Liverpool.

The genius of one of Liverpool’s greatest photographers, Edward Chambré Hardman is illustrated in an exhibition this season focussed on the people of Liverpool. Opens 18 March at the Hardmans' House

Keswick Mountain Festival

We are the official charity and we're raising money to repair our footpaths © NTPL/Steve Barber

We are the official charity and we're raising money to repair our footpaths

We’re the official charity for this event, taking place on the 15 - 17 May. Come and share the adventure with us. It’s an outdoor playground out there...

Take a break. Just here...

Camping pod at Low Wray Campsite © NTPL/Paul Harris

Camping pod at Low Wray Campsite

As the weather starts to turn warmer, we want to spend even more time in this amazing landscape. Take to the fells, hop on a bike, explore inside one of our houses or castles. Make your stay longer - we’ve 18 cosy holiday cottages and three beautiful campsites to choose from.

Quarry Bank's grant

Follow a choice of seasonal family trails © John Millar

We’ve secured a £3.9m grant from Heritage Lottery Fund to help us restore Quarry Bank. We’ve all we need to start tying the threads of this wonderful story together…

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