Things to see & do

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What's going on this Halloween half term...

Pick up your Tredegar House trick or treat this Halloween 

Pick up your Tredegar House trick or treat this Halloween

We're making sure the fun doesn't stop when the nights draw in this autumn with a whole host of ghoulish goings on over the Halloween half term. From creepy children's crafts to a fiendishly fun family trail there's something to give the whole family giggles and jitters.

Plus don't forget to take home your own Tredegar House trick or treat with batty biscuit decorating and pumpkin carving.

So pop on your scariest costume or most monstrous mask and visit us for a spooktacular Halloween.

Christmas at Tredegar House

Gather the family and make a Christmas wish © NTPL/Paul Harris

Gather the family and make a Christmas wish

 28 & 29 Nov, 5 & 6, 12 &13, 19 & 20 Dec 

Get into the festive spirit and join us for a traditional Christmas as we fill the house with music, merriment and loads of nostalgic family activities. Make a Christmas wish, stir the Christmas pudding, make traditional crafts, pick up a treat at our craft stalls and loads more. Father Christmas will be visiting.... just make sure you watch out for Scrooge!

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 Eddie- Mr August.

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.