Step back in time
Discover your local history with this trip based on Dunham’s past.
Children will be taken back in time as they come to look for work in the hall. They will be given tasks and experience what life was like below stairs and understand how it was different from today.
Outdoors, the children meet Lord Stamford’s gamekeeper and other estate workers in the park or garden and discover the contrasting lives of rich and poor and how life has changed in the local area in the past.
Dunham in the First World War
Visit Dunham, as part of your First World War study, to discover the story of the Stamford Military Hospital.
Pupils will tour the hospital to find out about the people involved in caring for wounded soldiers and examine sources from the archive that have revealed its story. They will gain an understanding of how life changed for the Grey family during the war, and how the network of auxiliary hospitals set up in private homes and public buildings treated soldiers sent back to Britain from the front.
Explore the natural world
The park at Dunham Massey is a perfect location for a range of engaging activities in the great outdoors.
Explore natural habitats and identify the interdependency of woodland habitats and native British wildlife.
Take a look at the learning pack to find out about the options on offer for your environment study or call us to discuss creating a session for your class.
Education Group Membership
To find out more about Education Group Membership of the National Trust, visit the EGM page or call 0844 800 1895.