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How To Get Here




The new entrance road is single track, so please be courteous to other users, who may be travelling the opposite way to yourself.


Please use your hazard lights, and adhere to the 10mph speed limit

NB Not Suitable for HGVs


(map and dashcam footage of the route below)

By Car

If using SAT NAV Please navigate to this Post Code: SK7 1GD


Follow Lancastrian Way to the very end. Entrance gate is on the right.


Please note that this Post Code is NOT for postage, it is for car navigation purposes only and NOT HGVs

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Follow Chester Road (A5102) to the mini roundabout almost directly opposite the entrance to Notcutts Garden Centre. There are brown signs to the Museum on both sides of the roundabout.


Turn into the Woodford Garden Village and on to Lancastrian Way. Follow Lancastrian Way all the way to the end and then take the single track road to your right. Please drive with your hazard lights on from this point and take care around construction traffic.

Parking is free and includes 6 disabled spaces.

By Public Transport

The nearest train station is Poynton.

The nearest bus stop is located outside Budgens on Chester Road (A5102). It is on the 42B Manchester - Woodford route which passes close to Cheadle Hulme train station.

Regretfully there is currently NO pedestrian access due to the Museum's location in the middle of an active construction site. Visitors travelling by train/bus must take a taxi or cycle to the Museum from their stop. We apologise for the inconvenience.

Cyclist Access

Cyclists are welcome to visit the Museum and there is a covered bicycle rack at the side of the car park. The route across the former airfield for cyclists is the same as for motorised vehicles.


Cyclists are asked to take care as there is construction work being carried out along the route.

Pedestrian Access

The Museum is currently located in the centre of a large construction site.


Regretfully, pedestrian access is therefore prohibited at this point in time. The Museum apologises for the inconvenience.

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