Please note that access to Arley Hall & Gardens on this weekend is as part of the Garden Festival only.Click Here to book
Find out about year round opening times and prices for daily entry along with the facilities available. Also find out about Historic House and RHS access.Your Visit
Arley Hall is one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the North West. The elaborate ceilings and oak panelling, impressive fireplaces, intricate stained glass and beautiful contents make Arley Hall a very special family home. Visitors are enthralled by entering a piece of living history. As a result it gives an insight into the life and history of a family that has cherished Arley as their home for over 550 years.The Hall
Amongst the finest in Europe the Gardens have been created over the last 270 years by successive generations of the same family. As a result they offer an unusual blend of long history and traditional design with inspired modern ideas and additions. As a result the garden is rich in atmosphere, interest and vitality.The Gardens
Dogs Are Welcome At Arley
PLEASE NOTE: DOGS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON THE TOTALLY ROARSOME WOODLAND TRAIL
At Arley we welcome all dogs as long as they are on a lead.
Dogs are welcome in all areas of the formal gardens, and in the informal gardens of the Grove and Woodland Walk. They can enjoy a well-earned rest in the Cafe and can even pick up a doggy related souvenir in the Gift Shop.
Please note that dogs are not permitted in the Children's Playzone or the Hall
You can find water bowls and poo bins around the estate and ask that you are considerate and pick up any mess and either dispose of it in the dog bins around the estate or take it home with you.
The Arley Plant Nursery
Pick from a large selection of beautiful and unusual Pelargonium’s which are propagate onsite at the nursery, seeds and pots. There are also a small but interesting range of shrubs, clematis and climbers. Entry is free to the plant nursery.The Arley Plant Nursery
The History of Arley
The earliest building at Arley is the Cruck Barn, built in the fifteenth century. Since then the estate has been in the continuous ownership of the same family. As a result it gives an insight into the life and history of a family that has cherished Arley as their home for over 550 years.The Arley Estate
The Arley Hall Archives
The Arley Hall Archives illuminates life and work in a country house in Cheshire in the period 1750–1790. As a result it makes available some of the extraordinarily detailed accounts and documents that survive at Arley.The Arley Hall Archives