Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum
The Gardens comprise of Upper and Lower Lakes set in nine acres of woodland and are home to a National Collection of over a hundred varieties of Hardy Water Lily (Nymphaea) which bloom from mid-June to the end of August.
There are walkways around both Lakes, an ornamental bridge, a Victorian Garden, an Aviary, a Rockery and a Stumpery, the latter being the most recent addition to this popular visitor attraction.
A café, gift shop and playground are situated on the site, and all facilities are wheelchair and pushchair friendly.
There are Behind the Scenes Tours where visitors can find out more about the Garden developments and visit areas that are not normally open to the public! Tours start at 10.30am and last approximately 1 hour.