We understand that things might feel differently next time you visit, and you might have some questions. So, because we’re ever so helpful, we’ve put together some COVID FAQs!

Just so you know, Walton Hall and Gardens is free to enter, no need to book, just pay for parking. When you arrive, you’ll have access to most of the park, including full access to the Children’s adventure playground, formal gardens, orchard and pond. The High ropes, run by Jungle Parc, is open and sessions can be booked via their website. The Children’s Zoo and games hut are now open – there’s no need to book, just turn up. The Heritage Café has remained open throughout lockdown, and you can dine-in or takeaway.

Hopefully, we’ve covered all bases. If you’ve still got a burning question, why not contact us.

No, there's no need to book to visit either attraction. However, there will be queuing systems in operation during peak times.

  • Our Adventure Golf is open from 10.30am - 4pm - weekends and local school holidays
  • The Children's Zoo is open daily 10.30am - last entry at 4pm

Operated by Jungle Parc, Walton's High Ropes are open.

Book your places now via their website.

  • Our car park is open daily from 8am
  • The Heritage Cafe is open daily from 9am - 5pm - you can dine in or takeaway
  • Check out our 'plan your visit page for more information

No, we don't require you to book online before visiting Walton Hall and Gardens.

Yes! All of our toilets are open to the public. Each toilet is cleaned thoroughly and regularly throughout the day for your safety.

Our staff work extremely hard to ensure that our visitors can socially distance, with signage throughout the estate.

Visit England recently awarded us with the 'We're Good to Go' badge, meaning we're a safe space for you and the family to visit.

Despite government advice changing regarding two-metre social distancing, we still recommend that you keep your distance from others when visiting Walton Hall and Gardens.

We also ask that:

  • You follow the government's advice at GOV.UK
  • You pay attention to our signage, keeping left when passing other people to help with social distancing
  • You supervise children in your care at all times
  • Adhere to any safe queuing systems that may be in place for some activities

We ask that you please consider wearing a face covering if you are unable to keep a safe distance from others. However, there's no requirement when out and about or when visiting any of our attractions.

Yes, we have provided QR codes on entry to Walton Hall, our Administration Office, the Golf Course shop and clubhouse, and Glasshouse Central Atrium.

Yes you can! Please contact our administration office to book an appointment.

Please contact us to discuss your event in more detail.