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Snowdrop Walks at Rode Hall Gardens

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Rode Hall Gardens, Church Lane, Scholar Green, Congleton, Cheshire, ST7 3QP

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Snowdrop Walks at Rode Hall & Gardens

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Experience one of the UK’s finest Snowdrop Walks at Rode Hall & Gardens in Cheshire to mark the start of spring. A beautiful end-of-winter walk for all the family with a wonderfully diverse landscape and over 70 varieties of snowdrops. 

Walk along paths amidst carpets of white flowers on an enchanting mile-long route (with options for longer or shorter walks). Take in the wild beauty of cascading snowdrops in the Old Wood and Wild Garden, the scenic path down to the Lake and drifts of snowdrops in the borders of the formal Nesfield garden in front of the Hall. Highlights are also the two acre Walled Kitchen Garden and an unmissable vista down the Colonel’s Walk where some of the rarest varieties can be viewed.

Rode’s stunning snowdrops are one of the natural treasures of the North West of England. It is one of the finest times to visit the Grade II listed park and gardens when the Humphry Repton designed landscape is most visible

Open Tues - Sun 11-4pm (Closed Mons)

Guide Prices

Admission £5/Children 5-15 £2/Under 5's free
Please note RHS/HHA cards not valid at this time
Groups by appointment welcome
Courtyard Kitchen serving homemade lunches & cream teas

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Opening Times

Snowdrop Walks (1 Feb 2020 - 1 Mar 2020)
DayTimes
MondayClosed
Tuesday - Sunday11:00 - 16:00

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