This program is designed to let people visit Lyme. One-time free entry passes are provided to the visitors. Now Stockport residents can also visit this place for free.
The majority of the locals must be familiar with this opportunity. Recently, in an annual Stockport Review publication, vouchers were distributed across Stockport.
But now the National Trust and Stockport Council are working together to bring more ease to this. They have created a new process that is under trial since September 2019.
The new process is very simple as compared to the voucher system. Now the residents just need to bring any kind of proof of their address. In this way, they can simply redeem their option of a free one-time visit to this historic house.
The visit will include free parking, free entry to the historic house and 17 acres of a beautifully landscaped huge garden.
You can visit this place any day except for bank holiday weekends.
This place is well-known and was seen in the setting of Pemberley in Pride and Prejudice by BBC.
Previously, the historic house, garden, and parkland were all managed by the Stockport Council. In the late nineties, the National Trust took the responsibility of managing the place.