Pretty 17th-century 'Plantation' home with a significant costume collection


Things to see and do

Autumn colour at Springhill
Autumn colour at Springhill National Trust / Chris Hill

Seasonal changes at Springhill 

The summer palette has moved from vibrant greens, balanced by the multitude of flowers and their many colours and shades, to the wonderful browns, oranges, yellows and reds which flash across the often steel-grey skies of autumn.

Stone tower among trees
Built around 1731 and originally a corn mill powered by wind Paul Canning

Sawpit hill walk at Springhill 

Enjoy splendid views of Slieve Gallion on this path that runs along the perimeter of the estate, marked by the great oaks and a ring of trees where the sawpit was once located.


What's on 

Snowdrops growing in a National Trust garden
One of the first signs of spring - Snowdrops National Trust Images/Caroline Aber

See what's on at Springhill  

Visit Springhill this winter for some wonderful walks around the estate. Let the kids go wild in the natural play area and tick off some ‘50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾' In February come along to Springhill and take a self-guided walk through the glorious display of snowdrops.


Eating and shopping

Scone with cream and jam
Treat yourself to a cream tea National Trust Images / David Levenson

Treat yourself 

From perfect picnic spots to homemade cream teas in the tea-room there's plenty to get your teeth into at Springhill. Don't forget to pop into our shop for seasonal gifts too.



Visitors arriving at Springhill, County Londonderry
Step inside Springhill and discover the plantation history Arnhel de Serra

Take a step back into history 

Informative tours breathe life into the fascinating past of this welcoming family home. There are ten generations of Lenox-Conyngham family tales to enthral you.