Discover the Mansion at Attingham
From Friday 5 January to Sunday 11 February the Mansion is open for pre-booked winter tours only from Friday-Sunday each week. Only five generations of Berwicks lived at Attingham, but they left an impressive and enduring legacy of love and neglect. Step inside our Regency Mansion to discover their story and how they shaped the house.
Changing fortunes, revival and re-discovery
Explore the Mansion...
The Mansion is open Friday to Sunday for pre-booked winter tours only from Friday 5 January to Sunday 11 February (closed Monday - Thursday). There's no additional charge for winter tours but admission charges apply for non-members, National Trust members and under 5s visit for free. To book a winter tour please visit our What's On page here.
Mansion openings 2018
The Mansion will open for the 2018 season from Saturday 17 February until Sunday 4 November. From 11am, each day you will be able to explore the Mansion at your own pace and our knowledgeable room guides will be on hand to answer any questions you might have. Why not ask them about your areas of interest to tailor your own tour?
The Berwicks' left a fine Georgian Mansion with intricate decoration, Regency furniture and art, splendid stables and a walled garden as well as a deer park, all set in a 4,000-acre estate in the fertile valley of the River Severn. But these physical structures are only part of the story. Why not discover more when you visit on one of our guided tours?
From Saturday 17 February to Sunday 11 November we have Guided Tours of the Mansion taking place, that vary daily. From tales of scandal to the secrets of our conservation team, you can find out more about Attinghams past. Tours are at set time and places are limited. To find out what tours are on today, please ask at Visitor Reception on arrival (there's no extra charge to join a tour).