Explore Lyme this winter

Whether you want to shake off the cobwebs and take a brisk walk on a cold and frosty morning, or prefer a light amble around the gardens, there is no better time than winter to visit Lyme and get a breath of fresh air. Bare trees expose hidden views and quieter days really make it feel like you can get away from it all. If you're not sure where to turn, pick up a Winter Walks leaflet from the ticket office for a stroll to The Cage, or for those more adventurous a ramble to the Lantern.

Visitors head  for a walk to the Cage at Lyme, Cheshire

Explore 1400 acres of historic parkland

Despite everything going on around it, nature has been ticking along nicely at Lyme and the park is as beautiful as ever. If you are in need of some fresh air and beautiful views why not pay us a visit.

Six children looking into the fountain in Lyme's rose garden with an adult couple in the background

Lose yourself in the garden

Wander through the gardens and enjoy the contrast between cascading water and still reflections. Explore the Rose Garden for a sensory treat or visit the Orangery and be transported to far away lands.

A couple with a small white dog on a lead with the lantern folly in the background

Visiting Lyme with your dog

With 1400 acres of rugged moorland, ancient woodlands and formal gardens, where better to come for a day out with your pooch than Lyme.