Cheshire and Greater Manchester
With grand houses and medieval deer parks, glorious gardens, a working cotton mill and dramatic landscapes, there are plenty of places to discover across Cheshire and Greater Manchester. From the city's heritage to the beautiful Cheshire countryside, town meets country in this special part of the world.
A garden for all seasons, an ancient deer park and a house filled with treasures and stories.
Glorious house, surrounded by gardens, moorland and deer park
One of Britain's greatest industrial heritage sites, set in picturesque gardens and countryside
A tranquil wooded garden, surrounded by historic parkland, with a delightful walled garden at its heart.
Iconic Tudor Manor House with wonky angles and quirky character
Dramatic red sandstone escarpment, with impressive views
An historical estate with a neo-classical mansion, 50 acres of landscaped gardens, 1000 acres of deer park, a rare breed farm and medieval Old Hall.
A Victorian-era steel viaduct transformed into a temporary green ‘sky garden’ in the heart of Manchester. Book a free morning guided visit or wander at your own pace, no booking needed, from 12.30pm everyday and all day Wednesdays and weekends.
Looking for places to visit with the kids in Cheshire and Greater Manchester? Explore days out in nature, fun things to do for all the family and places to spot wildlife all year round.
Plan your Easter adventures in Cheshire and Greater Manchester. We've got play areas, activities for kids, wildlife to spot and plenty of things to do when it rains – there's something for the whole family.
Easter is just around the corner and there are plenty of adventures to be had at the places in our care. On our Easter trails you'll receive a trail sheet to guide you on your adventure and Easter bunny ears to wear along the way. And of course you’ve got a choice between a chocolate egg or a vegan and Free From chocolate egg at the end! Click to see all Easter events in the north west.
There's always something new to see or do at National Trust places near you – join in a host of seasonal adventures and events for all ages. Find out what's on and what's coming soon in Cheshire and Greater Manchester to help make your next visit even more memorable.
Whether you’re looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot, there are many places in Cheshire and Greater Manchester that you can visit without a car.
Travel by train, bus, bike or foot for a sustainable day out to the places in our care in Cheshire and Greater Manchester.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in our work across Cheshire and Greater Manchester
Discover how you can offer your skills at the places we look after in Cheshire and Greater Manchester. Meet new people and help a great cause, in a new volunteer role.
Find out about the supporter groups you can join in Cheshire and Greater Manchester including The Manchester Centre, East Cheshire National Trust Association and Frodsham and District Association.
With grand houses and medieval deer parks, glorious autumn gardens, a working cotton mill and dramatic landscapes, there are plenty of reasons to book a holiday in Cheshire.
A converted stable full of rustic features and modern luxuries, by the canal path and near Dunham Massey’s walks and historic attractions.
Tucked away on the glorious Lyme Park estate, Lyme West Lodge is a picture-book pretty Edwardian cottage set in leafy woodland.
From dog-friendly and romantic holiday cottages to five outdoor campsites, plan your holiday in the home of Beatrix Potter, fascinating history, dramatic landscapes and – of course – plenty of lakes.
The final chance to explore an exhibition in which we explore the physical, mental and emotional toil of working in a Mill, and how this historical story is relevant to our health and wellbeing today.
Join us for this exciting creative writing workshop with former Cheshire Poet Laureate, published author, playwright and experienced workshop facilitator, Joy Winkler.
If you’re aged 16-25 and want to make new friends, gain experience, and design great new events, then we’d love for you to join us.