Summer: 1st April – 31st October
Museum: 10am - 5pm (last entry 4:30pm)
Walled Garden: 12pm - 4pm
Winter: 1st November – 31st March
Museum: 11am - 4pm (last entry 3:30pm)
The Walled Garden closes for the Winter during this time.
The prices show below are available to visitors purchasing tickets on the day. Our best priced tickets are Advance Tickets which are available online up to midnight the day before your planned visit. You can purchase Advance Tickets here.
|Adult (Winter Season)||£8.75||£7.95|
|Child: 4-16 years (Winter Season)||£6.30||£5.75|
|Concession: Disabled persons, students, over 65s (Winter Season)||£7.65||£6.95|
|Family: 2 adults and up to 3 children (Winter Season)||£25.30||£23.00|
|Family: 1 adult and up to 3 children (Winter Season)||£19.25||£17.50|
|Under 4s (Winter Season)||Free||Free|
|Carers (Winter Season)||Free||Free|
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 Roundabout to Tudor Road. Continue along to Tudor Road and through the green gates.
Norton Priory provides free car parking for visitors.
SAT NAV: Tudor Road, WA7 1SX or WA7 1BDWhat to See
Here at Norton Priory we're bursting at the seams with things to see. Spanning 900 years of history, we're the most excavated monastic site in Europe. Our 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.
We invite you to explore the 12th century undercroft building and priory ruins then venture further into the surrounding woodland to discover secret summer houses and stream glades.
The beautiful 2.5 acre Georgian walled garden is our best kept secret with fruit trees, a herb garden and stunning rose walk to enjoy. Home to the National Collection of Quince, it is surrounded by a pear orchard, wildflower meadow and woodland.
The museum has a visitor car park, café, toilets, including an accessible toilet, baby changing facilities, a lift, and wheelchairs available to borrow.