Brabyns Park

Brabyns Park is Marple's largest park and was once an estate attached to Brabyns Hall. It's bordered by the river Goyt and the Peak Forest Canal, and consists of parkland, woodland, riverside walks and playing fields.

The park is home to a Georgian Iron Bridge, which was restored in 2012. The bridge was built in 1813 to provide a crossing over the River Goyt, which runs through the park.

Getting there

Brabyns Park
Brabyns Brow
Marple Bridge


There is a free car park with around 70 spaces available at the park.


Marple station is a short walk from the park. Visit National Rail for the latest train time information.


Bus routes 363, 375, 383, 384 and 394 from Stockport run near to the park. Visit Transport for Greater Manchester or use the journey planner to plan your journey.