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Norton Priory Museum & Gardens, Runcorn, Cheshire

Norton Priory Museum & Gardens
Norton Priory Museum Trust
Tudor Road
Manor Park

Runcorn
Cheshire

WA7 1SX | View map
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Enjoy a warm welcome and discover the 800 year old priory range, excavated priory remains, purpose-built museum, the St Christopher statue - one of the great treasures of medieval Europe - exciting sculpture trail and award-winning Walled Garden with its National Collection of tree quinces, herbs, roses, vegetables and fruit (available by season and by prior request). All set in 38 acres of tranquil, beautiful woodland gardens. Norton Priory also has a coffee shop, retail area and temporary exhibitions gallery.

Please visit our website www.nortonpriory.org for details of upcoming events including family friendly school holiday activities.

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Months Open: 1 April - 31 Oct
Museum: 10am-5pm
Walled Garden: 12-4pm daily

Nov - 31 March
Museum: 12-4pm daily
Walled Garden: Closed
The site is closed 24-26 Dec & 1 Jan 2011
Admission Price: Gift Aid Admission from 1 April 2010
Adult: £6.25
Concession/Child: £4.40
Family: £15.25

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