The Gardens reopen on Mothering Sunday 19th March
Please note: tickets are for the Gardens and grounds only, the Castle is a private residence.
|Monday||Bank Holidays only 10am-5pm|
|Wednesday||10am-5pm (last entry 4pm)|
|Thursday||10am-5pm (last entry 4pm)|
|Sunday||10am-5pm (last entry 4pm)|
Tickets booked in advance – Adults £8.50, Children (aged 5-15, under 5’s are free) £4
Tickets bought on the gate on the day – Adults £9, Children (aged 5-15, under 5’s are free) £5
Become a ‘Cholmondeley Gardens Member’ for £45, this includes access to Cholmondeley Castle Gardens on open days during the season (excludes certain events and closed days).
Members do not need to book in advance.
Members of Historic Houses Association do not need to book and can just turn up on the day with a valid HHA card.
If using a Gardeners World 2 for 1 card you only need to purchase any additional tickets and show the card to the gatekeeper upon entry.
RHS Members gain free access only in May and September and do not need to pre-book (excludes certain event days, please check before visiting)
We welcome group visits to Cholmondeley Castle Gardens. These can include a guided tour with our Head Gardener, Barry Grain, for an additional £5 per person. Please fill out Group Booking Form 2023 to book in.
Tickets can be bought on the gate or in advance (tickets bought in advance are cheaper than on the gate)however, due to high demand, tickets for events only guaranteed if bought in advance.
Some areas of the gardens are unsuitable for wheelchairs, scooters and other mobility aids we have provided a signed wheelchair route through the Temple Garden for example.
Disabled toilets and parking are available at the Cafe where we also have a limited number of manual wheelchairs available for loan. On occasion our disabled parking area is relocated normally due to an event taking place and if you have any queries please contact the Office prior to visiting.
Caution should be taken around the grounds owing to differential and irregular ground levels, including shallow but sheer drops, tree roots, rabbit warrens etc, with sensible footwear being required at all times and pathways may become slippery with some areas being restricted for wheelchair access. If assistance is required please ask a member of staff. Avoid parking or resting below trees. There are water hazards within the grounds and vehicles sharing routes and moving around the site and children/vulnerable persons should be supervised at all times. In the event of an accident or incident please report this immediately to a member of staff.
Dogs are welcome in the gardens but should be kept on leads at all times.