Castle Park House and GardensFrodsham, Cheshire
There are also recreational leisure facilities, like a bowling green and tennis courts. There are so many fun family activities to pick from whether that's picnicking, embarking on new trails or just lazing about with some munchkin books in the sunshine.
There are centuries of history to uncover around every corner at Castle Park and below, you'll find our guide to where you should explore first...
The Castle Park Arts Centre in the old Castle Park house is reached via Fountains Lane and has 3 galleries great for exploring if you need to escape extremes of the weather of one kind or another, exhibitions which change regularly, so repeat visits can be interesting too!
The walk through the park up Frodsham Hill offers a view out over the Mersey Estuary towards Liverpool city centre, so if the little legs are still full of it there's a lovely way to finish them off right here.
Hunt for clues within the beautiful grounds and uncover the story of Matilda and her friends... This story sculpture trail, Matilda The Bee, is perfect for small kids. All you have to do is explore the outdoors and piece together the short story to find out what happens next!
And as for trail number two, The Castle Park Tree Trail is perfect for all ages! You'll discover 19 trees including three new trees planted in dedication to the late Queen Elizabeth II, the new king Charles III and to honour Marie Birkenhead, a former Councillor of Vale Royal Borough and Honorary Alderman who championed Frodsham and its residents.
Exploration doesn't have to be high energy and wild either, think of a trip to Castle Park as a mindful exercise. You can even take part in well-being activities like yoga, tai chi, and Nordic walking! And if you have got some energy bubbling away, why not take a trip to the tennis courts?
- Disabled toilets are available.
- Public toilets are available.
- There are disabled parking spaces in front of Castle Park House and sealed paths around the front of the park leading to the children’s play area and the café.
- Please be advised, however, that gradients through the wooded area and leading to the multi-use games area may make access difficult for pushchairs and wheelchair users.
- Trail accessibility: most paths are suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs but may be muddy in places, tree number 12 (in the Castle Park Treet Trail) is located, by the pond, is near to steps, these steps can be avoided by accessing the footpath near to the public toilets.
There is also onsite parking.
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Yes, there is parking onsite.