Attingham Park

Important notice -

Due to overnight flooding, the river Tern has risen and flooded the mansion bridge that leads into the Deer Park. If you’re planning a visit the Deer Park, Woodland and WW2 walks can still be accessed via the cable stay bridge.

An 18th-century mansion and estate shaped by a story of love and neglect

Attingham Park

Things to see and do

Mansion, Walled Garden and Park

Activities

Attingham Park

What's on 

Legs of a child wearing bright red wellies with white stars

Have fun this February Half-term  

No matter what the weather might bring, join us for a week full of fun at Attingham this February Half-Term!

A view into the woodland at Attingham which is covered in snowdrops

Snowdrops Spring into Season  

Springing up across the park, our snowdrops are starting to appear. Traditionally seen as a symbol of hope at the end of winter, why not discover more about our snowdrops.

Upcoming events

Spring Family Trails

Sat 13 Feb 2016
10:00-16:00
Take a wonder around the grounds and discover how the parkland wakes up for spring.

Mansion Winter Tours

Sat 13 Feb 2016
11:00-15:00
The mansion will be open for tours only on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 8 January to 28 February 2016.

Deer Feeding

Sat 13 Feb 2016
14:00-14:30
Bring the family along to get closer to our fallow deer as the wardens feed them in the winter months.

Attingham Adventures: Bird Bonanza

Tue 16 Feb 2016
10:00-15:00
Join us for Attingham Adventures on selected Tuesdays in the school holidays, where we'll be getting messy, exploring the outdoors and ticking off lots of your 50 Things to do before you're 11 ¾.

Sporty Wednesday: Orienteering

Wed 17 Feb 2016
11:00-15:00
Who has the best map reading skills in your family?

Snowdrop Evening Walks

Thu 18 Feb 2016
18:00-19:00
Discover Attingham's carpet of snowdrops in a different light on an evening walk.
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Eating and shopping

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Wildlife

Attingham's deer herd are descended from the orginal herd brought to Attingham by the second Lord Berwick in the 1700s

Wildlife to spot on your visit 

Fallow deer roam the deer park and have been doing so for over 200 years. Don't forget to bring your camera along to document your wildlife finds.

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History

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Our work

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Get involved

Woman in the background providing visitors in the Mansion with information

Volunteering  

Interested in volunteering? Join the team at Attingham Park and get stuck in with a variety of roles and help look after the house and estate.

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Learning