PLAN YOUR VISIT
You will find no shortage of things to see and do in Lymm.
Take a stroll on the canal towpath and enjoy the boats.
Walk up the Dingle ( shown above) and then do the circuit of the beautiful lake we call Lymm Dam.
Take a selfie in the old stocks in front of the even older Lymm Cross.
Eat and drink at one of our many great pubs, cafes and restaurants.
Browse round the local independent shops
But most important of all don't miss...
THE LYMM STORY at Lymm Heritage Centre.
WHERE YOU'LL FIND US
We are right in the centre of the village just off Bridgewater St next door to Saddlers and the Youth & Community Centre. Henry St Car Park (WA13 0LS) is next to the Centre. By car it should be approached via Bridgewater St, then keeping left up to cobbled section of road toward the canal. (Do not go through the tunnel to the right). Watch out for the brown signs!
The postal address is
1 LEGH ST LYMM WA13 0DA
(It is a very short, pedestrian only street. )
Disabled Access is limited. 4 steps and a short incline up Legh St from Bridgewater St to enter the building from below.
The venue itself is all on one level and has good disabled toilet facilities.
If your disability prevents you from accessing the building itself remember that as well as this website there is thelymmarchive.co.uk for you to explore online. We are also always happy to come out to groups, clubs, residential homes etc when we can bring some of the artefacts from the Centre for people to see as well as offering talks and presentations.
WHEN WE ARE OPEN
We are open throughout the year from Thursday to Sunday 12pm - 4pm
We can open up at other times for visiting groups.
PLEASE NOTE we will be closed on Friday Nov 17th to enable us to make important display changes
ADMISSION IS FREE! -
Donations always welcome of course for our volunteer run charity
AND THERE'S SO MUCH TO SEE AND DO
Approach Henry St by turning off Eagle Brow opposite the Spread Eagle then after 50 yards taking the left fork uphill on cobbles. DO NOT go through the tunnel straight ahead of you further along Bridgewater St. Carry on round to the left with canal on your right for a few yards before arriving at car park.
The Heritage Centre is just a few yards from this beautiful scene on the Bridgewater Canal. You will find a huge selection of places to eat and drink close by too. There is an indoor artisan market next door on the third Sunday of every month and an occasional Makers Market in the adjacent car park, also on a Sunday.