Join the nation in celebration for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee at our Big Jubilee Lunch on Sunday 5 June. Each year, The Big Lunch brings millions of people together across the UK to celebrate with neighbours and their […]
Our open-air cinema returns this May with two show stopping films – Rocket Man and Pulp Fiction. Both films will be shown against the stunning backdrop of Walton Hall and Gardens. The festival takes place on […]
The Mayor of Warrington, Cllr Maureen Creaghan, hosts an enchanting evening at Luminate for children and families for charity, JUMP. JUMP provides photograph and film memories for families with children with terminal and life limiting illnesses throughout the […]
‘The Dell’ forget-you-not garden is now open for visitors. The new garden provides a tranquil setting to remember loved ones. There is now a place within the formal gardens where you can sit in a peaceful […]
Don Billington, world renowned horticulturalist, is heading to Walton Hall and Gardens this autumn, where his collections are on display.
What a topsy turvy year it’s been for all of us. We’ve found it particularly challenging organising events, frequently having to change our plans at the drop of a hat. Following 21 July we’ve been frantically […]
Now that the country is beginning to open up again, why not come and make a day of it at Walton Hall and Gardens?
It would seem from how busy our website is that a lot of you are interested in finding out more about our attractions and what we have open for you to enjoy while you’re here. The answer is – quite a lot.
In the build-up to Easter, we’ve been receiving many inquiries recently about different attractions and when they’ll be opening up.
We’re very proud to announce that we officially received the World Travel and Tourism Council’s international ‘Safe to Travel’ stamp this week.
With the tentative announcement from Downing Street on Monday, we’ve got reasons to be hopeful at Walton Hall and Gardens. We know that the governments 4-step plan is a provisional one and open to change should the national situation change. However, the official program to ease the country out of restrictions does give rise to optimism. Spring is coming…
From 6 January 2021, England is set to go into another national lockdown. There aren’t many changes to the restrictions we’d already put in place, following the government’s tier 4 implementation last week. However, to clarify […]
Walton Hall and Gardens are announcing attraction closures as Warrington enters into tier 4 to help combat rising covid-19 infections.
Christmas 2020 will be a little bit different at Walton Hall and Gardens. Our usual events have been postponed – find out more.
Staff, partners and students at Walton Hall and Gardens have come together in their different socially distanced educational bubbles to say #Thankstoyou to all of the players of the National Lottery. It’s your support that’s helped […]
On Monday 16 November access to Walton Hall and Gardens will be diverted due to the road closure of Walton Lea Road. Walton Lea Road will be closed for up to five days as Warrington Borough […]
Introducing the Children’s Activity Pack. Walk in the footsteps of former owners and immerse yourself in the history of Walton Estate.
We’ve been awarded the new industry standard ‘We’re Good To Go’ by Visit Britain following our covid-19 risk assessment.
After a set-back, we’re pleased to announce the imminent construction of a family high ropes adventure course at Walton Hall and Gardens.
Summer’s out folks. That must mean one thing – it’s time for the Walton Hall and Gardens survey. It’s true, we had big plans for 2020 at Walton Hall and Gardens – but like everyone else, […]
Did spring pass you by during lockdown? In this post we bring the wildlife to you. Enjoy Andy Gilbert’s amazing photographs of some Walton residents.