Attingham Park

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 

The sunny beams down through the trees onto the carpet of bluebells

Spring flowers at Attingham  

Discover the colours bursting around the site as our bluebells bloom and spring flowers fill the Walled Garden.

Visitors to Attingham Park playing croquet in front of the Mansion

Game On!: Attingham's Big Sports Weekend 

Attingham’s sport festival is back for a third year. Try something new, this May Bank Holiday weekend and join us and local sports groups for a fun filled day.

Upcoming events

Severn Hospice Forget Me Not Display

Sat 30 Apr 2016
09:00-17:00
750 iron forget me not flowers will be on display in the Walled Garden as part of Severn Hospice's Forget Me Not Appeal

Game On!: Attingham's Big Sport Weekend

Sat 30 Apr 2016
11:00-16:00
Join us for a packed Bank Holiday weekend of sports activities for the whole family. Meet local sports groups, try our taster sessions and challenge your friends and family to a game or two - are you up for the challenge?

Attingham's Beginners Run Group

Tue 03 May 2016
18:30-19:30
If you are completely new to running or if you're looking to ease yourself back into some gentle exercise, this is the perfect group for you!

Over 60s Run Group

Tue 03 May 2016
18:30-19:30
Are you completely new to running or looking to return to regular exercise? Our Over 60's Run Group is perfect for people looking to run with people of a similar age.

Cronkhill open day (outdoors only)

Fri 06 May 2016
11:00-16:00
Come and see a major restoration project in action on one of the first and finest examples of John Nash's Italianate villa designs. On Friday 6 May contractors will be on hand to talk about their work.

A Warden's Work Walk

Sun 08 May 2016
14:00-16:00
Re-discover how our Estate works with a Guided 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