Want to find out more about the people who lived and worked here? We've been listening to the stories of local people and would like to share these with you.
Our interactive timeline allows you to discover Tyntesfield through the eyes of local people inspired by over 150 years of history.
A potted family history
A deeply religious man, William bought Tyntesfield and created its gothic exerior.
Brought electricity to Tyntesfield and was an outstanding turner of wood and ivory.
A soldier and politician George moved in high social circles.
George Richard Lawley Gibbs, known as Richard. The last member of the family to live at Tyntesfie...
Four generations of family life, a love of beautiful things and the accumulation of useful bits and bobs made Tyntesfield a treasure trove of objects. From ornate furnishings to ice skates and picnic sets, over 50,000 objects have been catalogued. It is the largest recorded collection owned by the National Trust and tells the story of a wealthy family’s life over four generations.