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Notice: Please note that the house, garden, shop and tea-room are now closed for the winter (the tea-room will open on Boxing Day and New Year's Day). The park and dog walking area is open from 10am-4pm daily. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Spectacular late 17th-century mansion, garden and deer park

Explore 270 acres (110 hectares) of ancient parkland, where a historic herd of fallow deer roams freely and magnificent trees and breathtaking views abound.

Inside the impressive mansion, built by hard-working civil servant William Blathwayt, discover fascinating interiors little changed in 300 years, as well as a rich collection that includes superb Dutch art and ceramics of the period.

Young explorers can run free in the Old Lodge picnic and play area, take part in a nature trail and tick off challenges on their 50 things list, including pond-dipping and bug-hunting.

Complete your visit with a relaxing stroll in the elegant West Garden with its splendid borders, idyllic ponds and wildflower orchard.

Dyrham Park roof project and appeal

Examining the roof at Dyrham Park

Examining the roof at Dyrham Park

We are currently undergoing a major conservation project to replace the leaking roof on the 17th-century mansion house and install an energy-efficient biomass boiler. We remain open while the work takes place, with new exhibitions and activities. Thanks to everyone who has supported our fundraising campaign - we couldn't have done this without you.

Roof project supported by HLF

We are pleased to have been awarded £85,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) towards the cost of new exhibitions, activities and events taking place during our £4m roof project. The major conservation work will take place in 2015/16 and this money will help us remain open during this time.

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