Tredegar House

Important notice -

Please note, visitor reception is currently closed. The house and gardens are open as usual and tickets for admission are available in the shop.

A place shaped by the local community, Tredegar House and its surrounding gardens and parkland stand proudly at the heart of Newport’s heritage.

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Upcoming events

Cyanotype exhibition

Wed 19 Feb 2020
11:00-15:00
We're delighted to be hosting a photography exhibition on behalf of Coleg Gwent. Photography students explore a sense of place with their cyanotype exhibition. You can view their impressive photography in the Orangery.

Dragon's trail

Wed 19 Feb 2020
11:00-15:00
We have a special guest at Tredegar House. A dragon has come to visit and he has a challenge for you! Do you have what it takes? Come along to see what you might find as you follow his trail through our grounds.

A visit from furry friends

Wed 19 Feb 2020
11:00-15:00
Greenmeadow Community Farm are bringing some special friends to Tredegar House to say hello.

Riches and Rebellion

Wed 19 Feb 2020
11:00-16:00
This autumn we’ll be marking 180 years since the Newport Rising, exploring themes of power, responsibility, surveillance and the curation of history through a new experience in the mansion house.

50 things to do before you're 11 3/4 - help a plant grow

Thu 20 Feb 2020
11:00-15:00
Tick off another '50 things' activity by helping a plant to grow.

Home farm tours

Sat 22 Feb 2020
11:00-11:45
Join us on a walk around Tredegar House's home farm.
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Our work

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Eating and shopping

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Groups

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Get involved

A volunteer helping with craft activities

Volunteering at Tredegar House

Volunteering is at the heart of everything we do here at Tredegar House. Join our lovely team and help us save this wonder of Wales whilst making new friends and gaining skills.

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Tredegar House on the National Trust Collections website