Visiting Erddig: what you need to know

Wildflowers growing in Erddig's car park

We're looking forward to welcoming you back. The parkland, garden, below stairs in the house as well as the restaurant, shop, pre-loved bookshop and toilets are now open. In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about what's open and what to expect from your visit.

Important information 

We’re pleased to say that a number of our places in Wales are now open and can't wait to welcome you this summer. From Saturday 7 August, Wales is moving to Alert Level Zero of the coronavirus regulations and we will be making some changes to adapt to the regulations. You no longer need pre book to visit many of our places in Wales, however booking remains essential at some of our small properties, including Dolaucothi, Plas yn Rhiw and Tudor Merchant House. Please check the website for property specific information before visiting.

Arrival and parking

  • Please park in the main car park and follow signs to the Ticket Office. If you’re a member or volunteer, you’ll also need to show your membership or volunteer card.
  • Please note: we currently have no overflow parking and can get busy at times especially during school summer holidays and bank holiday weekends. However we do have parking at Felin Puleston and Sontley Road Car Parks for anyone wishing to walk on the estate.
  • We have designated blue badge holder parking close to Visitor Reception. Please ask a member of staff on arrival.
  • Campervans that are used for transport are welcome but are not permitted to stay overnight. At this time we’re unable to welcome caravans and coaches.
  • There is no limit to the amount of time you can spend at Erddig during your visit.   

Staying safe

The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors is our priority. In line with Welsh government guidance, you're required to wear a face covering in our shop, toilets and when going inside the House. Please bring one with you.

To help keep everyone safe, please follow social distancing and government guidance when you visit. If you’re showing any of the symptoms of coronavirus, or if you've been in contact with anyone that has the virus in the last 14 days, please don’t visit. 

What's open?

  • The parkland and estate is open and free to access with a number of walks to enjoy.
  • The garden, natural play area Wolf's Den, toilets, pre-loved book shop and shop are open. Our Hayloft restaurant is also open to eat in or to take away.
  • Servants' rooms in the house is open from 12pm - 3pm, Wednesday to Sunday. The house is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Bringing a dog?

  • Dogs on leads are welcome across our 1200 acre parkland and in the property through to the Midden Yard where they can stop to rest their paws. However, please note that dogs are not allowed into the Grade I listed garden, the restaurant or the Stable Yard.
  • We welcome registered assistance dogs across the property including the garden and Stable Yard.
  • Erddig has 1200 acres of parkland which dogs are welcome to explore. This includes an off lead zone for dogs around Felin Puleston – please follow the signs.


  • Garden routes are gravel paths with wheelchair / pushchair friendly options.
  • There are some one way points which you may need to go against the flow for easy access - check with staff on arrival and they will be able to ensure assistance is provided.
  • If you have any concerns during your visit please just ask a member of staff.

Upcoming events

Autumn celebrations

Sat 02 Oct 2021
As the pleached limes begin to turn gold and a blaze of red Boston ivy covers the west front of the hall, Erddig will be celebrating the joys of the season of mellow fruitfulness.

Half-term fun with a Welsh folklore twist

Sat 23 Oct 2021
From 25 to 31 October, we'll be celebrating all things spooky with our Hwch Ddu Gwta trail.