We're starting to reopen some National Trust gardens and parks, as well as car parks, in line with government guidance. You will need to book your visit in advance. In the North West, this week you can book visits to Speke Hall, Quarry Bank, Dunham, Lyme and Tatton Park. We'll be opening new places when we can, so check back each week.
Make the most of autumn days at National Trust places near you. Crunch through leaves on a walk through a rainbow of autumn colour, take in seasonal spectacles such as the annual deer rut, and warm up on those colder days with comforting food and drink.
The doors have re-opened and the dust sheets and covers have come off the furniture. Things are a little different in the house, but we would love to welcome you back, tell you centuries old stories and share with you the beautiful house at Lyme.
Over 400 years of history have unfolded at Dunham Massey. Home to two ancient families, the Booths and the Greys, their stories of international fortune and friendship can still be felt across the estate today.
There are lots of weird and wonderful items on show at Quarry Bank, but did you know that there are thousands more behind closed doors? Our Collections and Archive team are working to make more of the objects available for you to see online and in person.
Lancashire’s crucial role in helping to define Britain’s industrial revolution is captured by two unique textile mills – amazing places that have an uncertain future. Find out how the National Trust is working with partners to to help find a future for Queen Street and Helmshore Mills.