More to explore! May half term at Attingham

Hunting for butterflies

The days are getting warmer and the park is bursting with nature and wildlife, May half term is a great time to get outside and explore Attingham.

Summer's nearly here and it's time to explore! Where will you go and what will you choose to do at Attingham this May half term? We'll be updating this webpage with more information shortly, but meanwhile you'll find some ideas below to kick off your plans for half term.

Pack a picnic and explore: don't forget your sandwiches for a busy day ticking off your 50 Things!
Young boy and girl sitting on a picnic blanket eating their sandwiches
Pack a picnic and explore: don't forget your sandwiches for a busy day ticking off your 50 Things!

Book your tickets to visit: Saturday 29 May to Sunday 6 June

Tickets for Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 May will be available to book from Friday 21 May. Tickets for Monday 31 May to Sunday 6 June will be available to book from Friday 28 May.

Whether you're visiting for half a day or a full day, are a regular visitor, or visiting for the first time, there's something for everyone at Attingham.

Children looking at creatures captured in pots

'50 things to do before you're 11¾' at Attingham

Discover more about nature on your walk with the National Trust's '50 things to do before you’re 11¾'.

Run off steam at the Field of Play

Always fun, whatever the weather - Attingham's Field of Play is the perfect place to run off steam and have fun. With space to play on things, in things, and around things, there's play of  space for you to run, walk, roll, and play your own games.

The food kiosk will be open daily from 11am during May half term (weather dependent).

Field of Play from above Attingham Park Shropshire

Find out about the Field of Play re-opening

If you’ve got a ticket booked to Attingham and are expecting to visit the Field of Play, located at the top of the Mile Walk, read this article to find everything you need to know about what's open and what to expect from your visit. We've made some changes to our usual offer, to help keep everyone safe.

Looking across the Deer Park towards the Mansion at Attingham Park.

Please book before visiting 

The parkland, grounds, walks and Field of Play at Attingham are open to enjoy in line with government guidance. You'll need to book tickets online (available up to an hour before visiting) or by calling 03442 491 895. You'll need your ticket/booking ref and NT membership card (if applicable) ready for admission. The Mansion remains closed.