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We recommend downloading our Visitor Information Pack with all the basic information you need about the day.

Tickets & Directions 

£6 adult (16yrs and over)

£3 child (3yrs and over)

£15 family (covers 2 adults and 2 children)

Cash or Card accepted - Cash is generally quicker.

You can buy tickets in advance from the Lymm Festival box office at the Village Hall.  The box office opens at 10am on the 3rd June.  Having your tickets / wristbands in advance means that you can skip the queues on the day.   

Tickets will also be available on the day at the various gates and entrances.  These include the three pedestrian entrances onto the May Queen Field, WA13 0JA (Pepper St / Longbutt Lane and Mayfield View), the entrances to the Village Hall and Maple Lodge, and at Henry Street Car Park. 


There'll also be a payment table at the car park at Crouchley Lane, WA13 0AS.  If you grab a ticket from this table once you've parked up then you'll be able to use your ticket to jump onto one of the vintage shuttle buses that will then ferry you into the village centre.(or it is just a 10 minute walk to the Mayfield View field entrance). Parking is included in your ticket price.  

It's strongly recommended that if you are coming from out of town, you make use of the Crouchley Lane Car Park, as parking will be very difficult in the village centre.  

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Event Accessibility 

The May Queen Field (above) has some limited Disabled Parking on the field - marked in DARK BLUE.  This is assigned on a first come, first served basis. Disabled access is via the Mayfield View gate . Head for WA13 0LB.  This is also the best drop-off point for those with limited mobility.

There are also a number of disabled parking places at Davies Way car park (boats and traction engines)  and on Pepper St (Model Rail)

There are accessible toilets at every venue, including at the top and bottom of the field. 

There is a limited number of mobility scooters available on the field on the day.

There is no wheelchair access to the vintage buses but some spces have been reserved in Crouchley Lane Car Park close to the shuttle bus for those with limited mobility. The walk from Pepper St car park and the village centre bus stop up to the main field entrance is 300-400 yards but uphill, partly on a rough track. 

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