off Walton Lea Road, Higher Walton, WARRINGTON, WA4 6SN
Set in 30 acres of parkland, Walton Hall was built in the Elizabethan style during the 1830s, designed by Edmund Sharpe of Lancaster, who later became famous for the Gothic revival in architecture. There are both formal and informal gardens to explore along with woodland trails. One of the park's most popular attractions is a zoo which boasts a colourful array of birds and animals and has a daily feeding program throughout the year. There are various outdoor games which include a pitch and putt course, crazy golf and bowls available, along with a children's play area. Special events are held throughout the year, please check website for details.
Tel: 01925 262908
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No entrance free but parking £2.20 (£3.20 wknds)
Open daily summer 8am-8pm
Average visit 4.5hrs
Dogs not allowed in zoo, coffee shop or play area. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
M56 junct 11 onto A56 towards Warrington