Dyrham Park National Trust
Explore 270 acres of ancient parkland, where a historic herd of fallow deer roam freely. You will also witness magnificent trees and breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
Inside the mansion, discover fascinating paintings and historic rooms where little has changed over 300 years.
Young explorers can run free in the Old Lodge picnic and play area, and take part in a nature trail where they can tick off challenges on their ’50 things’ list, which also includes pond-dipping and bug-hunting. The park has some wonderful old trees to climb, a sculpture trail and a den building area and a natural play zone.
Complete your visit with a relaxing stroll in the elegant West Garden with its colourful borders, ponds and wildflower pear orchard.
Location Details: SatNav: Use SN14 8HY and enter car park via A46
Facilities: Courtesy bus running from Visitor Reception (car park) to the house and garden, wheel chair access, wheelchairs available on arrival, tea-room serving hot and cold food and drink, parking, toilets, dog walking area – small woodland and 30acre field. Dogs are not allowed into the main parkland and house due to the deer herd. Assistance dogs welcome.
Early March – 31st October open 10am – 5pm
1st November – 4th March house closed, park open, garden open weekends only. 10am – 4pm.
Last entry one hour before closing
Whole property (Gift Aid Standard)
Adult £12.50 £11.20
Child £6.50 £5.80
Family £31.50 £28.30
Group Adult N/A £10.00
Garden and park only (Gift Aid Standard)
Adult £5.20 £4.60
Child £2.60 £2.30
Family £13.00 £11.70
Group Adult N/A £4.10
Photo Credits: © Copyright Dyrham Park National Trust
For further information please visit: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dyrham-park