Wallington

Visitors walking outside the house at Wallington

Discover Wallington, much-loved home to generations of the unconventional Trevelyan family.

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Things to see and do

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What's on 

Two girls building a den in the wood

What's On 

There's always something exciting going on at Wallington. From guided walks and talks to themed events and hands-on activities, why not join us for a special day out?

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Eating and shopping

A visitor pouring a cup of tea at Wallington

Enjoy a treat 

Grab a cuppa or a meal in our Clocktower Café or a tasty treat in our Garden kiosk. Pick up a memento or the perfect gift in our shops and plant centre.

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Wildlife

 A red squirrel at Wallington, Northumberland

Unearth our wildlife 

From spotting rare species hidden in our 13,000 acre estate to joining our ranger ramble guided walks there's plenty to discover at our special place.

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Get involved

A cook showing visitors how to kneed dough

Join our team 

Volunteers help make our place truly special place. If you're interested in getting involved in the garden, helping with events, becoming a costumed interpreter or any of our other roles, please get in touch.

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Groups

Visitors reflected in a plasterwork mirror in the dining room at Wallington, Northumberland.

Visit with your group 

From guided tours to self-led walks, on coach welcomes and introductory talks our special place can create the perfect day for your group visit.

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Join or give

A large tree in leaf at Wallington, Northumberland

Help us continue our work 

Buy a gift that will last centuries as part of our conservation work to replant our estate to it's former glory.

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History

Portrait of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown by Nathaniel Dance

Discover the 'Capability' Brown connection  

This year we're marking the 300th anniversary of the birth of local boy Lancelot 'Capability' Brown and exploring his connection to the Wallington estate.