Attingham Park

An 18th-century mansion and estate shaped by a story of love and neglect

Attingham Park

Things to see and do

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What's on 

Young boy stands with magnifying glass and mother behind him as they try to identify what they have found pond dipping.

Summer days at Attingham  

The summer holidays are in full swing and we’ve packed them full of fun, mischief and adventure. From Attingham Adventures to Sporty Wednesdays, get outside and exploring over the summer months.

The west side of the Mansion, where there is crowd watching and outdoor theatre performance

Summer Evenings of Entertainment at Attingham  

Enjoy the warmer evenings with our Summer Evenings of Entertainment. Over the summer months, we’ve got two family fun outdoor theatre performances and we’ll be hosting two nights of QUAD’s Summer Nights Film Festival.

Upcoming events

Family Summer Trail

Fri 26 Aug 2016
As the seasons change so does Attingham; what does high summer have in store for the animals, plants and people of Attingham Park? Find out in our family summer trail.


Fri 26 Aug 2016
Join Martin, our resident story teller for tall stories of mystery, history and tails of Attingham Wood.

Mansion summer exhibition: The Tea Timeline

Fri 26 Aug 2016
Visit the Mansion and pop into our summer exhibition The Tea Timeline - a display of nostalgic teatime kitchenalia.

Women's Running Group - This Girl Can Run!

Fri 26 Aug 2016
If you are completely new to running or looking to gain confidence alongside other women, this group is for you!

Outdoor explorers - Stone animals

Sat 27 Aug 2016
Join Wildlife Survival School for an Outdoor Explorers session for children aged 4-7. Let your wild side free; hunt for bugs and create a stone animal or two.

Wild Art - Going wild with charcoal and chalk

Sat 27 Aug 2016
Join Wildlife Survival School for wild fun with charcoal and chalk in a session for those aged 8+.
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Eating and shopping

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Attingham's deer herd are descended from the orginal herd brought to Attingham by the second Lord Berwick in the 1700s

Wildlife to spot on your visit 

Fallow deer roam the deer park and have been doing so for over 200 years. Don't forget to bring your camera along to document your wildlife finds.

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Our work

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Get involved

Woman in the background providing visitors in the Mansion with information


Interested in volunteering? Join the team at Attingham Park and get stuck in with a variety of roles and help look after the house and estate.

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Work Experience at Attingham  

Find more out about our opportunities to get involved with work experience and volunteer for DofE