We're very proud of the work we do at Mount Stewart each day. Whether it be planting in the garden, serving you in the restaurant or answering your queries, we always try and put 100% into everything we do.
On this page you'll find out more about our current house conservation project, behind the scenes action and current news from the team at Mount Stewart.
The house is currently undergoing a three year project which will involve important conservation work to our Grade A listed building.
We have a dedicated page with lots of information about the project and the opportunity to learn more about the team behind the work we're doing.
Keep up to date on all that's happening with our conservation project.
One of our Wednesday volunteers, Jill Russell, has been faithfully keeping a diary of her work.
It may be hard work, but it's fun! Discover what happens behind the scenes at our events.
Commended for use of digital media
Thanks to our online coverage and engagement during last year’s Festival of Light, we were chosen as a finalist in the category of ‘Best use of digital/social media’ at the 2014 Northern Ireland Tourism Awards held in the Ulster Hall, Belfast.
Excitement builds for 2015
Mount Stewart has been featured in the summer edition of the National Trust magazine.
Listen as Frances Bailey, Curator at Mount Stewart and Sally Palmer, Editor of the magazine explain why 2014 is such a big year for everyone at Mount Stewart.
Mount Stewart library secured
A hugely important library, dating back two centuries, has been secured at Mount Stewart in County Down.
The news comes after the team in Northern Ireland secured almost £100,000 in funding to purchase the important collection from the estate of the late Lady Mairi Bury.
Behind the scenes
All the waste water we flush down sinks, toilets, and drains at Mount Stewart runs back into Strangf…
Mount Stewart is now keeping warm with the help of a new biomass boiler that burns locally-sourced w…
Helped by the unique microclimate on the Ards peninsula, Mount Stewart manages the largest plant col…