Wrap up warm this Christmas
Why not escape from the hustle and bustle of this time of year and head outdoors to explore our wintry grounds. Get out and about and take in the magical frosty landscape on a crisp winter and enjoy the vistas across the Shropshire Hills.
Attingham is transformed into a winter wonderland as the frost sits across the landscape. The low winter suns shines down and the landscape begins to sparkle. Winter is a beautiful season to explore Attingham. Wrapped up warm, there is a walk and a view to discover for everyone. Next time you plan your visit, you can download one of our walks from our website, or pick a walking map up from Visitor Reception
Take the opportunity to get closer to our herd of fallow deer and watch our wardens feed them in the winter months. There are around 200 fallow deer in the park, and during the winter they need supplement feed to keep them strong and healthy. It is a long tradition at Attingham to feed the deer; the eighth Lord Berwick loved his fallow deer herd so much he would often feed them himself. We’ll be feeding them, on show, every weekend at 2pm from Saturday 14 November until Sunday 13 March and daily in the Shropshire Christmas school holidays.
Make a Natural Reindeer
This festive family fun activity will get you in the Christmas spirit. Join our Parkland Gardeners for this activity where children will be able to use natural materials to make a decorative reindeer. The event is on Sunday 15 and Saturday 21 November, 11am-3pm. £5 a deer. There are limited spaces available, therefore the activity will be on a first come, first served basis.
Whether it's a family tradition to get out and about on Boxing Day or it's a new tradition you want to begin, Attingham is the perfect place to wrap up warm and spend time with the family. So why not enjoy a winter walk in the park after the indulgences of Christmas? We're open daily from Boxing Day onwards.
Jog off your Jumper
It wouldn't be Christmas without a novelty jumper. We are giving you the chance to wear it one last time before it's hidden away, on Sunday 3 January. Join us for a family fun-run through the park. The race is approximately 1 mile and begins at 11am. Standard admission charges apply. There is an additional charge to take part. Adult £3. Child £2. Family £10.