Things to see & do

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What's going on this summer?

Fight off the boredom this summer with plenty of silly fun for everyone © John Millar

Fight off the boredom this summer with plenty of silly fun for everyone

Summer is just around the corner and we have a whole programme of fun activities to keep any boredom at bay! We're celebrating our weird and wonderful history with quirky crafts to make, mysterious trail challenges and traditional garden games. Don't miss Nature Club Mondays where we're off into the garden to see what natural fun we can make for ourselves - leave those gadgets at home!

With all this plus new architecture tours, family trails and weekend servant and nature challenges there’s something to do at every day.

New for 2015

Discover something new this spring at Tredegar House © Oskar Proctor

Discover something new this spring at Tredegar House

 With a new year comes a whole new programme of activities to get involved with every day. From talks and tours to pique your curiosity and the opening of our 'Best Chamber' to even more hands on activities to get involved with 'Below Stairs' there's always something different to do at Tredegar House. 

Saturday park run

 Kick start your weekend with a run around our grounds.

Whatever your pace, come along and join in - they're a sociable bunch.

And don't forget to treat yourself in the Brewhouse after.

Collections online

Did you know you can access our collections any time you want?

Our treasures are your treasures too and we keep a careful record of them all online for everyone to see.

Peeps' Pawtraits

We love dogs - we've even launched our own Dog of the Month competition. Send us a snap of your canine chum enjoying their time at Tredegar House and we'll crown our favourite. Meet Amos- Mr June.

Bringing the dogs?

Bring your dog along and take a leisurely stroll through the gardens.

Let them loose in the parkland or bring them along on a lead for a sniff around the formal gardens. Let them follow their senses to the tea-rooms where we have dog-friendly tables and homemade dog treats.