Norton Priory Museum and Gardens is reopening on 4th July 2020.
Please note that entry will be by advance tickets only. The link for these is on our home page.
Norton Priory is the most excavated monastic site in Europe. Its museum opened in August 2016 following a major HLF funded redevelopment project and displays thousands of objects from Tudor shoes to the incredible medieval statue of St Christopher. Visitors can explore the 12th century undercroft building and priory ruins, or venture further into the surrounding woodland to discover secret summer houses and stream glades.
The beautiful 2.5 acre Georgian walled garden is a hidden gem with fruit trees, herb garden and rose walk. Home to the National Collection of Quince, it is surrounded by a pear orchard, wildflower meadow and woodland.
From the M56, leave on Junction 11 following the A56 (Chester Road) then turn left onto the A558 (Daresbury Expressway). Take the second exit at the roundabout (A558) and then take the next exit for Norton Priory, following the brown attraction signage.
From the A562, take the A553 (Mersey Gateway Bridge) to the A558 (Daresbury Expressway). Following the brown attraction signage, take the exit towards Windmill Hill, then the second exit at the Manor Park Roundable to Tudor Road. Continue along to Tudor Road and through the green gates.
SAT NAV: Tudor Road, WA7 1SX
|April - October (Walled Garden open, weather permitting):||11am - 5pm (Weekends only, advance booking required)|
|November - March (Walled Garden closed):||11am - 4pm (Weekends only)|
The Norton Priory Trust relies on the generous support of our visitors, individuals, trusts and foundations and is managed by the Norton Priory Museum Charitable Trust (#504870).
As a member you can make a vital contribution to the museum's work, as well as enjoying a whole range of benefits including free entry, discounts and exclusive members-only events.
Your support helps us to continue caring for the heritage of Norton Priory and Halton Castle, as well as ensuring an exciting programme of research, education and events.
You could help in our gardens, care for our collections, or help with school sessions and our fantastic events. We have a number of roles available - no experience necessary.