Things to see & do

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Autumn events

From spooky family Hallowe'en activities to Guy Fawkes fun and our magical traditional Christmas weekend events, we have a lot to keep you busy as the weather turns colder.

Behind the scenes

Ever fancied nosing behind some of our locked doors?

Explore the hidden corridors and back staircases of the mansion and discover rooms and stories rarely seen or told.

Seasonal walks

Take in the changing colours of Autumn

As the seasons start to change our gardens and park are becoming a riot of colour.

Grab your boots and head out for a stomp around the estate to see the leaves turn from green to gold.

Saturday parkrun

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.

Bringing the dogs?

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

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.

Yarrow (Achillea)

Can you spot the Achillea? © Steve Morgan

Can you spot the Achillea?

These dazzling yellow flowers have fascinating medicinal properties - did you know Achilles used the yarrow variety to heal his wounded soldiers? They'll be brightening up our boarders from early June.

Fleabane (Erigeron)

Erigeron at Tredegar House © John Millar

Erigeron at Tredegar House

These delicate daisy-like flowers are popping up now the weather is turning warmer. We love the jaunty lilac and yellow - they're really livening up our Cedar garden boarders.

Campanula

Can you spot the Campanula? © Steve Morgan

Can you spot the Campanula?

These lovely cottage garden flowers have real charm and are currently creeping along our Orchard and Cedar garden boarders - see if you can spot any.

Geum 'Mrs J Bradshaw'

Geum ’Mrs Bradshaw’ at Tredegar House © Steve Morgan

Geum ’Mrs Bradshaw’ at Tredegar House

These bright red blooms are wonderfully bold. They make a really fun addition to our summer boarders.

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.

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