See the gardens spring to life at Dunham Massey

There’s nothing like a garden full of spring flowers to lift the spirits and re-awaken your senses. Local visitors can take a stroll in the gardens at Dunham Massey and enjoy all the shades of spring.

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Daffodils in bloom in the garden at Dunham Massey


You know spring has truly arrived when the sunny shades of daffodils welcome you to the garden. The gardeners introduced ten new types of daffodil to the winter garden in 2019. Take a right as you enter the garden and enjoy ‘Yellow Meadow’ which is carpeted by Narcissus ‘Tete a Tete’.

Enjoy Dunham's tulips in bloom this spring


A spring sight not to be missed- the gardeners at Dunham have planted a record number of tulips set to bloom this year. Rows of vibrant tulips from bright orange to deep purple create a colourful walkway along the canal.

" Spring offers the chance to see the garden come to life with an array of vibrant colours. Enjoy the abundance of pure white snowdrops followed by the sunny shades of daffodils and discover Bluebell Mound as the ground beneath the beech trees is carpeted with a sea of blue hues."
- Emily Chandler, Head Gardener

Pre-book to guarantee entry

The gardens, deer park, house (weekdays) and servants' courtyard (weekends) at Dunham Massey are open. On weekdays you don’t need to pre-book your visit. At busier times, like weekends and school holidays, booking is recommended to guarantee entry. You'll need to book your tickets by 3pm the day before your visit.

A family at Dunham Massey, Cheshire


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