Things to see & do

Great ideas for your day

This section of the page features an image gallery, so if you're using a screen reader you may wish to jump to the main content.

Look for more outdoors activities

Look for more experiences on the Lakes Outdoors website

Enjoy more fantastic outdoor experiences near Sizergh. Discover our NT Lakes Outdoors site (external link) and download the experiences near Sizergh.

Join us for fantastic events this season

There are a range of exciting events at Sizergh this season; join us for walks, '50 things' events and much more.

Don't forget to...

  • Visit the beautiful kitchen gardens
  • Try our 50 things to do
  • Enjoy tasty freshly made cooking in the café
  • Visit the hens in the gardens
  • See what birds you can spot in the bird viewing area
  • Enjoy a walk around the estate (ask at reception for details)

50 things to do before you're 11 ¾

There are so many 50 things self-led activities you can do at Sizergh from building a den to hunting for bugs. 

Plus join us on selected Fridays throughout the year for Ranger led events. 

Enjoy our exciting new wild play trail

Get out and enjoy and explore the new wild play trail

Get out and enjoy and explore the new wild play trail

The wild play trail at Sizergh gives children (and adults) an excuse to explore and play in the woods. The Sizergh Family Volunteers helped design and plan the trail, which tests your balance, stamina, resolve and your brainpower and it takes you off the beaten track into the depths of the wood allowing you to experience ancient trees, exotic looking fungi and beautiful ground flora. You'll be sharing the wood with buzzards, roe deer and foxes who all call Chapel Wood their home, so make sure that your senses are sharp.

Park in the main Sizergh car park and walk over to the veranda, where you'll find the first clue hanging on the larch cladded wall. Following the clue will take you to the start of the play trail which is about a mile and a half long loop. Come prepared with stout footwear - the trail is open all year round, and it may be slippery in wet or icy conditions.

Share