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We visited Lyme Park for the second time, however this was the first time to experience it for Christmas.
For any National Trust members who haven't visited Lyme Park at Christmas I would recommend calling in.
There was a 30 minute talk on Christmas which...More
Never been so insulted -- Admissions Staff Lady accusing me of speeding multiple times, in front of my elderly mother -- Doing under 15 in a 20 -- Totally ridiculous as she was sat down and never saw me draw up -- 2nd time been...More
We visited here expecting it to be the usual “stuffy” National trust day out but it was far from it! It’s a wonderful place for kids and dogs. Our dog was given a doggie treat at the entrance gate and we were given a map...More
We toured the Hall and the Gardens and loved it.
The information is strong and clear.
The Volunteers are wonderfully friendly and helpful and knowledgeable.
The family was fascinating and adventurous
We had coffee/tea and scones in the Hall Cafe - very good and reasonable...More
We stopped here as my husband can trace his ancestry back to Thomas Legh, who was a gentleman commoner & head of the household here for many years. The gardens are beautiful & the mansion dates back to the 16th century. We found the volunteers...More
We visited here during the October half term with our 4 year old daughter. Firstly, I was shocked that just to drive in costs £8! It’s not even like you can park outside and walk through as it’s at least 2 miles from the entrance...More
We live about a mile from Lyme Park & use it all the time, I had the best playground for kids around the area. The timber yard is nice for a cup of tea & the house & gardens are lovely. You can go for...More