Dyrham Park

Ancient deer park, 17th-century house and formal garden

Dyrham Park

Things to see and do

Summer fun at Dyrham Park

Dyrham Park

Wildlife

Animal spotting at Dyrham Park

Dyrham Park

What's on

Upcoming events

Lost terraces tour

Fri 29 Jul 2016
15:00-15:45
Join a garden guide for a free guided walk around the 17th-century woodland terraces which have been recently opened to visitors after being lost over the centuries. Find out about the history of the terraces and see the work the National Trust...

Extended opening

Sat 30 Jul 2016
10:00-18:00
Enjoy the garden and park for longer this summer as we stay open later every Saturday and Sunday in July and August. The shop and courtyard kiosk will be open too.

Discover the deer park

Sat 30 Jul 2016
11:15-12:00
Join a ranger for a free tour of the parkland to find the deer and discover some beautiful views!

Perennial passions: summer garden tour

Sat 30 Jul 2016
12:00-13:00
Join a garden guide for a free guided walk around the garden this summer.

Terrific trees & den building

Sat 30 Jul 2016
12:00-14:00
Join our ranger at Badminton Plantation woodland. See how many trees you know and learn some new ones. Make a den from different types of tree branch lying on the floor and learn about how we look after our special trees and survey them. Maybe...

50 things challenge day

Sun 31 Jul 2016
10:00-17:00
Each Sunday will have a different challenge to complete during your day out in the park. Once you have completed the challenge you can pick up a sticker for your 50 Things scrapbook!
Dyrham Park

Eating and shopping

Eating and shopping at Dyrham Park

Dyrham Park

History

The west front of Dyrham Park, South Gloucestershire

History of Dyrham Park 

Dyrham Park is an ancient deer park, which, in the 17th-century, saw the creation of an impressive mansion house and garden.

Dyrham Park

Get involved

We don't let mud get in the way of having fun at Dyrham Park

Volunteering at Dyrham Park 

A range of volunteering roles are available at Dyrham Park from helping with conservation in the house, to volunteering with the visitor team or in the park.