This spring and summer we have a wonderful selection of outdoor theatre to satisfy all ages and interests. Our theatre productions take place on the glorious Croquet Lawn.
Food and craft markets
On the first Sunday of each month, we welcome an array of local food and craft producers to Home Farm. It's a great opportunity to grab some fresh and seasonal food or a special gift.
Crazy creatures, awesome antics, hidden treasures... Complete your list of 50 things to do before you're 11¾ at Tyntesfield this year.
Lots of hands-on workshops
Come and explore Tyntesfield's traditional craft weekend in May and rediscover some of the oldest traditions of craftmanship. We also have lots of hands-on workshops throughout the year.
Sat 24 and Sun 25 May, 10am-4pm
Shiver me timbers - Pirates ahoy
Come and experience life on the ocean waves as Tyntesfield is invaded by a motley band of pirates and their cannon. Loud bangs and Jolly Roger japes throughout the weekend.
31 May and 1 June, 10am–4pm
Queen Victoria and her soldiers
Queen Victoria finally comes to Tyntesfield. Join the queen and her soldiers and discover what life was like for her and her armies. Learn about camps, weapons, manoeuvres and etiquette from Her Majesty in this exciting living history weekend.
28–29 June, 10am–4pm
Celebrating all things Victorian
Bringing together a collection of all things Victorian, Tyntesfield will be welcoming Mr Brunel and his young Engineer School, Victorian falconry displays, steam engines and a fantastic Victorian carousel.
Sat 5 and Sun 6 Jul, 10am-4pm
Step back in time to the late 18th century as the grounds come alive with the sights and sounds of life as a soldier during the great struggle for power in America.
Sun 24 and Mon 25 Aug, 10am-4pm
With front-man Ade Edmondson, The Bad Shepherds revisit punk era classics and add arrangements inspired by traditional folk music.
Sat 16 Aug, 7pm