Walton Hall and Gardens
Walton Hall is situated three miles from Warrington town centre and within minutes from the motorway network and set in thirty acres of beautiful parkland.
Walton Hall Gardens was originally part of a much larger country estate purchased in 1812 by the Greenall family, famous for their success in the brewing industry.
The estate was bought by Warrington Borough Council in 1941 and has been enjoyed as a park since 1945.
Traditional games for everyone to enjoy! Test your golfing skills on our nine-hole pitch 'n' putt course, have fun on the crazy golf or the putting green or enjoy a game of bowls (summer season only).
If you enjoy country walks you'll find the gardens an ideal starting point.
Footpaths are waymarked to local beauty spots such as Hill Cliffe, Appleton Reservoir and the Bridgewater Canal. Those wishing to explore further will find OS Explorer maps 275 and 276 useful.
The rangers lead regular walks throughout the year.
Notes for visitors
To ensure the safety of all park users, we regret that the following are NOT permitted within the grounds:
- use of hard cricket/rounders balls
- golf (except within designated areas)
Find out more on the Walton Hall and Gardens website www.waltonhallandgardens.com