Winter at Speke Hall

Visitors walking on the North Lawn at Speke Hall

Enjoy a refreshing winter walk, pick up a warming treat from the restaurant or go on an adventure in the gardens and woodland. There's plenty to see and do on a day out at Speke Hall this winter.

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Child den building in the woods

Play and explore

Let your little ones burn off some steam on the slides and climbing frames in the formal play area or run wild in the woodland play area. Follow the Childe of Hale trail to discover a world of giant buttons, vegetable musical instruments and optical illusions. Please note the hedge maze remains closed.

Winter cleaning and conservation at Speke Hall

What's happening in the house?

Over the winter season, we're continuing to carry out our conservation work to care for the house and its historic collections, including the annual winter clean and an important project to upgrade our fire protection. Swipe below to find out more about this significant project and follow us on social media @NTSpekeHall to see some behind-the-scenes action.

Behind the scenes

Please book ahead before visiting 

The garden, grounds, play areas and restaurant at Speke Hall 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 and bank holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay when booking. We'll be releasing tickets every Friday, and you can book your tickets until 3pm the day before you visit. For Neighbours Pass holders, bookings will need to be made by email - further information available below. Please adhere to government guidance and maintain social distancing.

Admiring the Witch Hazel in Dunham Massey's Winter Garden

Winter days out in the North West 

Make the most of your membership, discover somewhere new on your doorstep, or blow away those winter cobwebs at National Trust places in the North West.