Dunham Massey’s deer park covers 192.7 acres of Cheshire woodland and parkland. The herd of fallow deer reside in the park have done so for hundreds of years.
Part of the Dunham Massey Estate, the park has a magnificent collection of ancient trees. Many of the giant oak trees dating back as far as the 17th century, so it’s now considered a site of national importance.
Dunham Park also has a history of housing rare insects and fungi in its ancient trees, drawing experts from around the world to research since the 1860s.