Events

50 Things Fridays: bug house

Make this little chap a cosy home at Sheffield Park and Garden © John Millar

Make this little chap a cosy home at Sheffield Park and Garden

Fri 29 August, 11am-12pm & 2-3pm

Create a home for mini beasts at one of our workshops, using all sorts of natural materials, and tick off #36 on your 50 Things list. Who will come and live in your bug house once you set it up in your garden?

£2.50 per child, includes all materials.

Great British Walk: colourful stories

Our mapped trail will take you through the garden and around the estate © Nina Elliot-Newman

Our mapped trail will take you through the garden and around the estate

8 September - 24 October

Pick up one of our maps from reception and find out all about some of the colourful stories and characters that make Sheffield Park and Garden such a special place.

Summer cricket matches

Cricket match at Sheffield Park © Sheffield Park

Cricket match at Sheffield Park

Cricket has been played on the ground at Sheffield Park since the 1840s. Fixtures are scheduled for most weekends and some weekdays throughout the summer until the beginning of September. Bring a picnic and relax to the sound of leather on willow as you watch history being replayed.

Check our full event listings for exact times and dates, which are subject to the weather conditions on the day.

Heritage Open Day

Explore the garden for free on Saturday 13 September © Heritage Open Days

Explore the garden for free on Saturday 13 September

Saturday 13 September

We will be open free of charge all day as part of the Heritage Open Days festival. Come and see the historic Pulham Falls in full flow throughout the day or visit our WWII pill box across the parkland, which will also be open to look inside.

Early opening for photographers

Access the garden before everyone else for that perfect shot © NT_NEN_Sheffield Park

Access the garden before everyone else for that perfect shot

Thurs 4, 11, 18, 18, 25 September, from 8am

The garden will be opening early at 8am for photography enthusiasts to capture views of the garden and lakes with the morning mists rising.

 

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