Things to see & do

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What's on?

There's a different family adventure every Tuesday of the school holidays © National Trust

There's a different family adventure every Tuesday of the school holidays

We've got a packed events programme with something for every season. From food fairs to children's holiday activities and plenty of guided walks, there are lots of reasons to come and spend a day out with us and discover something new. Our events leaflet will show you all our highlights for 2014, why not download a copy to make sure you never miss a thing?

Blooming beautiful

There's a different family adventure every Tuesday of the school holidays © National Trust

There's a different family adventure every Tuesday of the school holidays

Soak up some fantastic colours as flowers start to blossom across the estate. Enjoy the vibrant tulip displays coming to life in the Walled Garden, the cheerful daffodils along the river banks, and watch out for the bluebells beginning to flourish in the woods in late April.

Put a spring in your step

There's a different family adventure every Tuesday of the school holidays © National Trust

There's a different family adventure every Tuesday of the school holidays

With spring breezes and even some blue skies, our parkland is the perfect place for some exercise. Why not try one of our new groups starting this April, like our Mummy Movers classes or our Beginners' Running Group, and stretch your legs in the fresh air?

Walks and wanders

Discover the hidden stories of Attingham's landscape on a guided walk. Join our Wardens to hear the history of the Mile Walk on Sunday 20 April, and see if you can spot the secretive sand martins on Sunday 27 April.

Come through the roof with us

Visit the mansion this spring to watch work unfold on our ambitious project to protect and restore the John Nash Picture Gallery roof. Explore at your own pace from 12.30pm daily, and discover the amazing restoration we've already been able to do. We've made huge strides and you can get a sneak preview of the work in this video.

Cycle policy

Children under five years old are welcome to learn to cycle in the grounds on tricycles, training bikes without pedals, and bikes with stabilisers. Download our Cycle Policy for more information.

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