Step back in time through the house, comparing the lives of today with those in the past, discover the beauty of the gardens and explore the wonderful wildlife living on Erddig’s 1,200-acre estate.
With space to play, explore and discover, Erddig’s history and nature links to a whole range of educational and development subjects.
What can I experience?
Take your group on an exploration of Erddig House. The outbuildings and ground level servants’ quarters provide a wonderful insight into the grim reality of servant life in the Victorian era. The opulent rooms upstairs are filled with fine furnishings, many surviving almost unaltered to the present day.
Our superb 18th century Grade I listed formal gardens are brimming with life and colour all year round.
Wolf's Den natural play area, open from March till October, spans nearly two acres of wild play space for all ages with den building, balancing beams and a host of other natural play equipment.
There is even more to explore in the park. Follow one of our waymarked walks and uncover the ‘Cup and Saucer’, a unique landscaped feature and waterfall. Walk along Watt’s Dyke to the remains of a Norman Motte and Bailey Castle.
The River Clywedog is perfect for everyone to learn about river systems, the power of water and the wildlife that thrives in it.
Groups with EGM* can visit Erddig for free.
*Education Group Membership (EGM) is available to not-for-profit education groups whose members, pupils or students are in full-time education. You can take out membership before your visit or purchase it on the day.
More information can be found here http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/membership/educational-group-memberships/
If you do not have EGM you will need to pay admission.
All groups are required to pre-book their visit.
For all bookings please contact email@example.com
Wolf’s Den can be booked for free and out of hours from June to September by uniformed organisations (e.g. Scouts and Guides) and other formal youth groups with EGM*.
Planning your visit
For more information about planning your visit please download our self-led visits information pack please email Mieke.DeLathouwers@nationaltrust.org.uk.