Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses

High sandstone ridge and hill fort overlooking dramatic red sandstone rock houses

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses

What's on 

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses

Get involved

A volunteer makes traditional rag rugs outside the Rock Houses
Bring the Rock Houses to life for our visitors with traditional activities such as rag rug making National Trust

Become a volunteer 

We're always ready to welcome new volunteers so take a look at the kind of roles we offer and how to join the team.

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses


A green hairstreak butterfly
Green hairstreak butterflies have a metallic sheen

Wildlife at Kinver Edge 

With rare heathland habitat and miles of surrounding woodland, there's a wealth of special wildlife to discover at Kinver Edge.

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses

Our work

Longhorn cows on Kinver Edge
Look out for our Longhorn cattle on the Edge

Conservation on Kinver Edge 

The landscape of Kinver Edge has been shaped by human management for generations. Learn how we are protecting the rare wildlife and outstanding views that make this place so special.

Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses


Children playing inside the Rock Houses
Children can enjoy playing with traditional toys

Opportunities for schools and students 

Find out about our educational tours and workshops and join us at the Rock Houses for a school visit with a difference.