- There are over 270 acres of dramatic parkland to explore on foot
- From spring to autumn, join a park warden on an insightful guided walk
- Follow a way-marked path or be bold and discover your own way round
- The main drive to the house is suitable for buggies and wheelchairs
- The parkland terrain can be uneven, so sturdy footwear is recommended
More downloadable park walks
The Red Route is the quickest way down to the house, starting along the main drive and on to Neptune Hill.<...
The Blue Route takes you around the southern side of the park and includes ancient field systems.
The Green Route crosses the northern side of the park, taking in some breathtaking views of the countryside...
Dyrham Park on the Cotswold Way
The Cotswold Way National Trail, one of the most popular walking routes in the South West, passes close by Dyrham Park on its way to Bath. The trail stretches 103 miles along the Cotswold escarpment through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Also on the Cotswold Way...
Two hours at Dyrham...
- Discover the mansion and its evocative interiors
- Explore the tranquil West Garden
- Pause for a hot drink or a cream tea in our tea-room
- Pick up a stylish gift in the Dyrham Park shop
...or half a day
- Take a guided tour of the park in the morning...
- ...or explore the history of the West Garden on an afternoon tour
- Pick up a sandwich from the tea-room for an instant picnic in the park
- Head up to Old Lodge in the park, with play equipment and picnic area
- Spot new plants in the garden and then take one home from our shop
...or spend the whole day
- Follow one of the way-marked rountes around the park
- Keep the kids busy with a park tracker pack from visitor reception
- Visit St Peter's Church, Dyrham's ancient parish church
- Explore the historic village of Dyrham, once part of the estate
- Let our room guides tell all you about the house and its contents
- Enjoy a delicious, freshly-prepared hot lunch in the tea-room
- Head to the topograph in the park for stunning views towards Wales