Spring at Speke Hall

Visitors in the garden at Speke Hall

Spring is a special time of year at Speke Hall as the gardens and grounds wake from their winter slumber and burst into colour. There's plenty for local visitors to see and do at the moment, whenever you visit.

This spring, the gardens and grounds are open between Wednesday-Sunday, 10.30am-5pm, for local visitors to enjoy relaxing walks in nature. Home Farm restaurant is also open serving a delicious menu of hot food, sandwiches, cakes and bakes, and hot and cold drinks, with outdoor seating now available. If you'd like to check opening times or view facilities and access information, go to our homepage here.

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Things to see and do
A couple walking in the grounds of Speke Hall

Explore the gardens 

This spring, discover new blooms and celebrate the lighter days as you explore the gardens at Speke Hall. There are plenty of places to relax and marvel at the sights of spring.

Enjoy a takeaway treat in our outdoor seating area

Grab a drink or bite to eat at Home Farm 

Home Farm restaurant is open Wednesday-Sunday, 10.30am-4.30pm, serving a delicious menu of hot food, sandwiches, soups, cakes and bakes and ice cream as well as a range of hot and cold drinks. Outdoor seating is available in the courtyard. Limited indoor seating will be available from 19 May.

We've introduced new safety measures including screens at our till and collections points and waymarked routes. We look forward to welcoming you.

Visitors looking up at the eavesdropper in Speke Hall's courtyard

Step inside the house 

We're delighted to reopen the ground floor of the house to visitors from Wednesday 19 May. Step into the Tudor mansion to discover five centuries of stories and see how its past residents lived. Your experience of visiting will be a little different to how we've done things in the past, so please read this article carefully so you know what to expect from your visit.

Child and mother having fun exploring the Childe of Hale trail, pointing at the giant's feet

Family days out 

There's so much to explore with your family in the grounds of Speke Hall that it may take more than one visit to fit it all in. Run wild in our two play areas or dare to explore the Giant Childe of Hale play trail.

Bluebells carpet the woodland to the West of the house at Speke Hall, Merseyside

Bluebells in bloom 

"Are the bluebells out yet?" Every spring, thousands of these beautiful flowers transform Speke's woodland into a blue paradise. It's no wonder this is one of the most popular questions we get asked.

Spring highlights to look out for

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Four visitors walking in Lyme Park

Spring walks in the North West 

Step in to spring and shake off the winter cobwebs with our pick of top spring walks. Take in the sights, sounds and smells of the season as special places in the North West come to life.

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