Explore Dudmaston this Winter
Families with children and grandchildren of all ages will find plenty to keep everyone busy at Dudmaston. Rain or shine there's always something to discover. Our visitor facilities at Dudmaston Hall are closed until the spring but there's plenty of opportunity for self-guided play and adventure across the wider estate every day of the week.
Get active in the woodland
Bring your bikes and try out the new Explorer trail in Comer Woods. This mixed surface route is perfect for little legs, walkers and cyclists.
On Saturdays and Sundays, stop off at the Shepherd's Hut in Heath Meadow. We're serving hot drinks, homemade cake and delicious snacks. Everytime you treat yourself, you're helping us look after the estate and continue our conservation and access work in the woodland.
Fresh air and fun
Dudmaston is always a great place to have an outdoor adventure with 50 Things To Do Before You're 11 ¾ - why not make this the year that you complete all 50?
50 things scrapbooks are available from visitor reception (open weekends in November) but you can create your own self guided adventure across the wider estate any day of the week.
Come back as often as you like
Why not join the National Trust today for a whole year of days out at 500 places?
If you join at Dudmaston we benefit directly, helping to fund our work and look after this special place. Every time your membership card is scanned, at reception or at one of the ticket machines in the car parks, it generates £2.50 for Dudmaston, so thank you.
Did you know…?
... you can include your children or grandchildren in your membership.
... we have a new children's annual membership for 5-17 year olds for just £10.
… under-5s come in to all National Trust places for free.
Ask a member of the welcome team for more information on your next visit.