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Distinctive fenland landscapes, grand houses, lush farmland and a myriad of waterways, cycle paths and wildlife to explore

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Beautiful snowdrops at Anglesey Abbey

Thousands of snowdrops are bursting into flower across the gardens to herald the arrival of spring. This year our Snowdrop Season runs from 19 January - 28 February. You also have extra time to explore as the gardens now open earlier at 9.30am.

Our favourite winter walks
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Mindful Meander at Anglesey Abbey

Experience the Winter Garden in a new light with our mindfulness trail.

Wicken Fen - Konik ponies and horses in frost
Walking trail

Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire 

Wicken Fen is the place to enjoy spectacular winter landscapes, including the renowned sunsets in the vast fenland skies. Keep a look out for hen and marsh harriers, short-eared owls and Wicken’s herds of Highland cattle and Konik ponies.

The parkland clothed in a winter frost
Walking trail

Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire 

Wimpole has plenty of space to stretch your legs. Stride out across the park and meader your way to the iconic gothic folly or discover the woodland belts and wider farming countryside.

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Archaeological dig uncovers ancient settlement at Wimpole

During an archaeological dig at Lamp Hill Wimpole this Summer excavations revealed part of the ancient landscape here, a Late Iron Age to Early Roman (c.100BC – 150AD) rural settlement.

Autumn sunrise over Wimpole Hall

Welcome to Wimpole

Wimpole Estate is about to add another chapter to its long history with a new visitor welcome and gateway to the Estate. Plans include a new car park; a new Multi-use trail; new Heavy Horse stabling; and installation of green renewable energy.