Wed, 21 Oct|
Dunham Massey Park
Celebrate the autumn season and all its colours, smells, sounds and tastes at Dunham Massey. Wrap up warm to enjoy a crisp autumn walk in the colourful gardens, listen to the rustle of fallen leaves and clashing of antlers as the deer battle for supremacy in the park.
Time & Location
21 Oct 2020, 14:00
Dunham Massey Park, Altrincham WA14 4SQ, UK
About the event
Dunham Massey's unique garden is a treat for all the senses at this time of year. Enjoy an autumnal walk through the garden and experience the sights, sounds, smells, textures and even tastes of the garden as the colours change to vibrant reds, oranges and yellows in autumn.
Notice the smell of candyfloss as you wander the canal border with the Katsura tree's decaying leaves emitting a lovely burnt sugar smell. Keep an eye our for the Japanese Maples as they change colour to vibrant reds and oranges from September onwards.
After all the recent long walks, this is a very family friendly walk on the flat which can be done with pushchairs or wheelchairs.
You MUST book your ticket here via the National Trust website for Sunday 4th October at 2pm. Entry is free for National Trust members. If you have not joined then we recommend you join here