Visiting Attingham Park and Sunnycroft

Attingham Park and Sunnycroft are two of the National Trust places in Shropshire. Whether you’re planning a family adventure, wanting to get out and about outdoors, or looking for space to relax in, find out more about what to expect on a visit to Attingham or Sunnycroft below.

Attingham, on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, is full of life, and here you’ll find a Parkland, Deer Park, Walled Garden and Orchard, Pleasure Grounds, and Field of Play, just waiting to be discovered. However you spend your day at Attingham, whether a morning walk, coffee in the sunshine, or canoeing down the river, there’s plenty to see and do.

View of the River Tern and Orangery from the Deer Park Bridge.

Attingham Park

An 18th-century estate for all seasons with 200 acres of parkland and Regency Mansion.

Just down the road in the nearby market town of Wellington is Sunnycroft, a rare suburban villa and estate in miniature. At this hidden green oasis the garden is open for picnics and spring strolls, making it the perfect place to while away a few relaxing hours.

A view of Sunnycroft from the main lawn on a bright, sunny day.


Tucked away on the edge of Wellington is this rare suburban villa and estate in miniature. Built in 1880, most of Sunnycroft’s original features and much of its original contents remain and it is a rare example of its type.