Feathery fun this May half term at Dyrham Park

The garden at Dyrham Park

There’s a bird-themed trail at Dyrham Park to get your young ones out into nature this half term.

Bird trail

Sat 29 May - Sun 6 June, 10am-5pm (last entry 4pm), £1 each

A whole host of feathery friends have come to nest at Dyrham Park and we need help following the clues to match up the birds with their nests.

You might hear some bird song or collect twigs to help build nests as you explore the parkland.

Booking your visit

The trail costs £1 per person which includes a prize at the end. You can purchase the trail on arrival near Visitor Reception. Normal admission charges apply and we'd recommend booking your visit in advance online over half term where possible to avoid any disappointment.

Senior Visitor Experience Officer Rachel Beaumont said: 'Half term's a brilliant time to come and explore nature at Dyrham Park as the days are getting longer and longer. Why not come to stretch your legs in the parkland and try the trail?.'

The refreshment kiosk is open each day serving a range of snacks and drinks and the National Trust shop is also open.