Dunham Massey

Important notice -

You will need to book your visit to Dunham Massey in advance. Check What’s On for the latest information and to book. You will be turned away if you arrive without a booking.Tue 27 Oct – B5160 Charcoal Road closed - signed diversion in place.

A garden for all seasons, an ancient deer park and a house filled with treasures and stories.

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Dunham Massey

What's on

Please book ahead before visiting

The car park, deer park and gardens at Dunham Massey are open. We've introduced advance booking to keep everyone safe and maintain social distancing. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends, school holidays and bank holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Dunham Massey (26 Oct - 1 Nov)

Mon 26 Oct 2020
Book your timed entry to visit Dunham Massey.
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Things to see and do

Dog at Dunham Massey

Dogs at Dunham Massey 

Enjoy some fantastic walks with your four-legged friend at Dunham Massey. We've over 300 acres of beautiful ancient parkland to explore and stretch your legs.

Dunham Massey Hall lined with autumn trees

A perfect parkland 

Many layers of history make our beautiful park a fascinating place to visit. Walk beneath the leafy avenues and admire the stunning views while getting a breath of fresh air.

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Eating and shopping

A member of staff serving a cup of coffee

Grab a bite to eat 

The Stables Restaurant, Stamford Café and ice cream parlour have reopened with indoor and outdoor seating. We're following government guidance and supporting the HSC Test, Trace, Protect programme and have introduced new safety measures including screens at our till and collection points and waymarked routes. We’ll also only be accepting card payment.

A selection of gardening tools and accessories displayed against a brick wall.

Stop off at our shop 

Our shop is open from 11am daily. For the safety of staff and visitors we've introduced social distancing measures and changes to payment, which will be via card only. It is through your purchases that we are able to continue looking after Dunham Massey for everyone, for ever. Please bring a mask along with you from July 24 in line with government guidance.

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Join or give

A couple sit on a bench in the winter garden at Dunham Massey

We need your support 

For 125 years, people like you have helped us protect some of the UK's best-loved places. Everyone needs nature, beauty and green spaces now more than ever. But our income has dropped sharply due to the coronavirus crisis, and our essential conservation work is at risk. Please give what you can to help us look after these places, so people and nature can thrive.

Visitors in the garden at a National Trust place

Experience more with National Trust membership 

As we gradually and safely open more of the places we care for, there’ll be more opportunities to explore gardens and parklands near you. If you’re a member, you can access all these places free, together with most National Trust car parks. It’s so important for everyone to have fresh air, birdsong, big skies and open spaces to enjoy. Your membership will go towards looking after all of this for generations to come.

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Details of three portraits

Addressing the National Trust's colonial links 

Dunham Massey, along with a number of other places and collections in our care, has direct links to colonialism. Learn more about what we are doing to address the histories of slavery and colonialism at our places.

Wildlife at Dunham Massey