Erddig

Explore a much-loved home, garden and estate filled with the stories of a family and their servants.

Erddig

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Upcoming events

29th annual apple harvest

Wed 16 Oct 2019
10:00-17:00
Savour the delights of the humble apple at our 29th annual apple harvest. With 180 varieties grown here at Erddig, our orchards are full to the brim.

Nordic walking

Wed 16 Oct 2019
13:00-14:30
Let the outdoors move you with our weekly Nordic walking sessions on the Erddig estate.

Beginner running group

Wed 16 Oct 2019
18:30-19:30
Let the outdoors move you with our beginner running group. Our team of friendly volunteer run leaders will help you get active on the beautiful Erddig estate.

Afternoon tea with the Head Gardener

Fri 18 Oct 2019
14:00-16:00
It's apple harvest month and our Head Gardener Glyn Smith is taking time out to give a private tour followed by an apple-themed afternoon tea and optional fizz of your choice - cider or prosecco.

Erddig parkrun

Sat 19 Oct 2019
09:00-10:00
Join the Erddig parkrun. It's a 5km run - just you against the clock.

The Brothers Yorke

Sun 20 Oct 2019
14:00-14:30
This 30 minute play by award winning playwright and writer Peter Read tells the story of the last two squires of Erddig; Simon and Philip.
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Visitors enjoying a guided tour in Erddig's Grade I listed garden

Enjoy a tailored visit with your group at Erddig 

Find out how your group can explore a much-loved home, garden and 1,200-acre estate filled with the stories of a family and their servants, preserved in the National Trust’s most diverse collection.

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Art and collections

The State Bedroom at Erddig; a rare surviving example of a lit à la duchesse bed.

Fragile bed conservation begins thanks to Wolfson Foundation 

Independent grant-making charity, the Wolfson Foundation, has awarded Erddig £100,000 towards vital conservation of the fragile state bed.

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Erddig on the National Trust Collections website