Somerset

From Tudor houses and hidden gardens to tors, gorges and natural piers

Places to visit

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Spring at Barrington

Spring time display of tulips in East Court at Montacute House

An abundance of flowers

Spring is arriving in the garden

Just over the border
The Temple of Apollo reflected in the lake at Stourhead, Wiltshire

Spring at Stourhead 

Palladian house and world-famous landscape garden makes for an ideal spring day out. A landscape filled with colour and rooted in history.

The great outdoors

More from the South West

Mother and daughter looking at plants

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Places in the South West host everything from guided house tours and ranger days to winter walks.

Upcoming events

Tyntesfield

TYNTEtots: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Thu 23 Mar 2017
10:00-11:45
Join us for story-telling, games and crafts for under fives and their families.
Dunster Castle

A trail of tales - family trail

Thu 23 Mar 2017
10:00-15:00
Step back in time to meet the inhabitants of Dunster Castle and discover their stories on this family trail.
Montacute House

'Copying Holbein'

Thu 23 Mar 2017
11:00-15:30
This exhibition explores a selection of works after Hans Holbein the Younger and assesses Holbein's legacy in Britain, incorporating the results of National Portrait Gallery's 'Making Art in Britain' project.
Tyntesfield

House Tickets: March 2017

Thu 23 Mar 2017
11:00-12:00
In 2017 the house at Tyntesfield will be open in some way, everyday (except Christmas day).
Prior Park Landscape Garden

Thursday Guided Tours

Thu 23 Mar 2017
11:30-12:30
Wander through historic Prior Park on this free and informative guided tour.
Tyntesfield

Feel Good Friday: Tyntesfield run (2017)

Fri 24 Mar 2017
10:00-11:00
Blow the cobwebs away with a morning run round the Tyntesfield estate, enjoying spectacular scenery along the way.
A family under the magnolia at Lanhydrock

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Public notices for Somerset 

Following The Charity Commission’s Direction the National Trust (in common with all charities) must give public notice of disposals of leases and easements of inalienable land held for charitable purposes for a term of more than 35 years.