Things to see & do

A flavour of what we have going on

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Walled Garden restoration

On your visit to Florence Court, make sure you stop in at the Walled Garden which has been undergoing a restoration project to return it to it's 1930s glory.
Autumn will see Irish varieties of apple trees trained to espaliers and during the winter months beds will be planted with perennial vegetables, rhubarb and soft fruit.

Seasonal opening

Florence Court

The gardens and park will be open daily from 10am-4pm from now to 1 March

Make sure you:

  • Bring your bikes to get out on the forestry trails
  • Don't forget your camera to capture all those special moments
  • Bring your dog so the whole family can enjoy a walk at Florence Court

Out and about

  • Meet our resident red squrriel in the natural play area © National Trust / Florence Court

    Natural play area

    Don't miss our natural play area, complete with a larger than life red squirrel

  • Enjoy the forestry trails around Florence Court © National Trust / Paul Canning

    Forestry trails

    Head out on the forestry trails - there are trails to suit gentle strolls and energetic hikes

  • The water mill at Florence Court dates from 1848 © National Trust / Bernie Brown

    Saw mill

    Visit the saw mill on the estate which dates back to 1848 and has been fully restored

Get involved at Florence Court

Do you want to spend your time learning, meeting people and being part of a team? Florence Court has plenty of volunteering opportunities to get involved with, both in the house and out on the estate.

Our education programme

We offer a variety of interactive learning opportunities linked to Foundation Year, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.  Programmes range from a Nature Safari out in the estate, to Victorian Christmas Crafts.

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