Ashridge Estate

Bridgewater Monument at Ashridge herts

Ancient trees, rolling chalk downlands and lush meadows in an area of outstanding natural beauty

Walkers on the Ivinghoe Hills Ashridge Herts

Activities at Ashridge Estate

Whether you're on foot, bike or horseback we have mapped out different trails to help you get the most out of your visit.

Fallow deer buck at Ashridge Estate

History of deer at Ashridge 

The fallow deer are an integral part of the landscape at Ashridge and a much-loved feature of this historic estate.

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What's on 

Upcoming events

Root and branch: tales of trees at Ashridge

Thu 20 Jul 2017
10:00-17:00
Come along to our new exhibition about some of the special trees at Ashridge

Big Camp at Ashridge Estate

Sat 22 Jul 2017
12:00-23:45
A chance to camp for one night at Ashridge and take part in a number of different family activities.

Ashridge Adventurers

Mon 24 Jul 2017
10:30-12:00
Join us for either a morning or afternoon session of led family activities and crafts. Learn more about Ashridge's animals and plants while exploring the estate.

Creatures of the Night

Fri 04 Aug 2017
20:30-23:00
Join us on this night-time walk to discover creatures of the night on the Ashridge Estate.

Gentle Stroll - Hanging Coombe and Butterflies - non-bookable

Tue 08 Aug 2017
14:30-16:30
Visit this less well-known area of the estate, with our knowledgeable volunteers, to see the butterflies
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Shopping

You're sure to find that special something

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Eating

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Wildlife

Group of fallow bucks at Ashridge Herts

Abundant wildlife on the Ashridge Estate 

Its a wildlife lovers paradise at Ashridge

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Groups

Groups Visiting Ashridge

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Get involved

A volunteer with tools Ashridge Estate

Volunteer with us 

We're always on the lookout for like-minded people to become new members of our team. Here at Ashridge we have a range of volunteer roles to suit all ages and levels of experience. Have a look and join us.

Ashridge Estate

History