October half term at Dunham Massey

Children playing in autumn leaves

Enjoy outdoor family adventures at Dunham Massey this half term. Grab your wellies, stomp through fallen leaves, get back to nature with exciting activities from '50 things' and discover more about owls and help Hooty plan his autumn festival with his friends – there's plenty of adventures waiting to be discovered.

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A girl and boy wearing wellies in front of the house at Dunham Massey

50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ 

Get back to nature with exciting activities from '50 things'. Go welly wandering, have fun with sticks, or even keep a nature diary to keep a record of your autumn adventures. What are the favourite things you've seen or heard at Dunham?

Visitors stomping through leaves

Hooty's autumn trail 

Hooty the owl is having an autumn festival at Dunham Massey and he’s invited all his owl friends along. Escape to the gardens with family and friends this autumn, find out what Hooty’s friends are bringing to the festival, and discover more about owls as you explore the winding paths.

A family enjoying the garden at Dunham Massey in autumn

Autumn days at Dunham Massey 

Celebrate the autumn season and all its colours, smells, sounds and tastes at Dunham Massey. Wrap up warm to enjoy a crisp autumn walk in the colourful gardens, listen to the rustle of fallen leaves and clashing of antlers as the deer battle for supremacy in the park, and warm up with a delicious soup inside the Stables Restaurant.

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