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6 places to view snowdrops in Cheshire

PUBLISHED: 11:32 01 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:48 17 January 2018

Snowdrops growing in the woodland area in the Winter Garden at Dunham Massey, Cheshire.

Snowdrops growing in the woodland area in the Winter Garden at Dunham Massey, Cheshire.


Be sure to have your camera ready for the array of snowdrops popping up around Cheshire.

Dunham Massey

Enjoy the winter garden spring to life at Dunham Massey on one of their walks, giving you a chance to enjoy the Snowdrops in all their beauty. For more information including specific walk dates and admission charges visit their website.

Dunham Massey, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 4SJ


Arley Hall

Arley Hall is well known for its stunning grounds and beautiful flowers. The garden is amongst one of the most beautiful in Britain and it is strongly recommended that you take the opportunity to walk the grounds and discover Snowdrops dotted around the woodland.

Arley Hall & Gardens, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 6NA


Rode Hall

Rode Hall will be hosting Snowdrop Walks to mark the start of Spring. Enjoy the wonderfully diverse landscapes covered with over 70 different varieties of Snowdrops. Walks will be taking place from the 3rd February to 4th March.

Rode Hall, Scholar Green, Cheshire ST7 3QP


Adlington Hall

Adlington Hall opens their gardens early this year where you can experience a spectacular display of Snowdrops. Unseasonably warm whether has forced the beautiful flowers to bloom early this year, so make haste to catch a glimpse of the flowers. Open 2pm-5pm, Adults £6, Under 15s and students free.

Adlington Hall and Gardens, Mill Lane, Adlington Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 4LF


Cholmondeley Castle

This romantic gothic castle is the perfect place to catch some Snowdrops as the team at Cholmondeley offer visitors a glimpse of the early season colour throughout the garden. Here you will see the all important Snowdrops, Crocus, Iris, Daffodils and more. Normal garden admissions apply.

Cholmondeley Castle Gardens, Malpas, Cheshire, SY14 8AH


Norton Priory

The two and a half acre garden at The Norton Priory has been recreated as a typical Georgian garden and is a haven for all different types of wildlife. There is also so much to see and do, including special Snowdrop walks.

Norton Priory Museum & Gardens, Tudor Road, Manor Park, Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 1SX



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