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Arley Garden Festival


Arley Hall & Gardens, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 6NA

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Tel01565 777 353

Arley Garden Festival


Celebrating 25 years! 

Once again there will be a Floral Marquee and a wide variety of plant nurseries as well as Garden tours throughout the day lead by Lord Ashbrook and Gordon Baillie our Head Gardener, there will also be a Gardening Question Time session on both days.

There will be garden accessories, Creative Crafts will host a marquee, food traders in our historic Cruck Barn as well as, ‘Arley Bakes’ cooking demonstrations of bakery products and techniques as well as delicious catering outlets. There will be a brass band playing in the afternoon and a jazz band playing around the showground during the morning.

In the Countryside Marquee visitors will be able to enjoy Stick Making, Coppice Fencing and Dry Stone Wall demonstrations. Classic cars will be infront of the Hall.

It’s a great family day out with children’s entertainment including face painting and children’s rides and trampolines as well a picnic area and Adventure Play Zone complete with zip wire!

Guide Prices

Pre-booked garden festival tickets (which also include entry into the Hall & Gardens) can be bought online below or by calling 01565 777 353 Ext 20 and are available to book until 5pm on Thursday 20th June.
Adult prebooked £11.50, Gate £16.50
Concession prebooked £10.50, Gate £14.50
Groups (15+) £9.00 (to book contact Margaret Rowland-Jones on
Children (0-16) Free
Cash back available, free parking, dogs welcome.
No cafe only entry for this event.



Opening Times

Garden Festival (27 June 2020 - 28 June 2020)
Saturday10:00 - 17:00

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