Open Doors

This September, we're joining more than 150 of Wales’ historic sites, landmarks and hidden gems to offer visitors free entry.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

On Saturday 17 September, enjoy free entry to Erddig.

It’s all part of Open Doors — Wales’ annual contribution to the European Heritage Days initiative, which invites heritage organisations, private owners, local authorities and others to open their doors or offer activities to the public free of charge during September.

Funded and organised by Cadw, the ever-popular festival of Wales’ built heritage will this year, encourage Welsh residents and visitors alike to explore some of the country’s lesser-known and smaller-scale sites ― several of which are usually closed to the public.

The basics

Suitability
Children welcome
Accessibility
Our gardens and outbuildings are fully accessible with ramped wheelchair access to the gardens. The paths in the gardens are fine loose gravel.

Upcoming events

Let's play ...

Mon 15 Aug 2022
10:00-16:00
Hands up, who's coming out to play this summer? Join us at Erddig from Saturday 23 July to Sunday 4 September 2022 for a summer of play for the whole family.

Timber Tuesdays

Tue 16 Aug 2022
11:00-15:00
Children can experiment in creative play using these natural wooden balance boards, planks and shapes.

Storytelling with Jake Evans

Wed 17 Aug 2022
10:00-16:00
Bring your imagination to life and embark on a brand new journey with our award-winning storyteller!

Cinderella outdoor theatre

Wed 17 Aug 2022
18:30-20:30
In an enchanted kingdom in a faraway land magical creatures and fairy godmothers come together to tell the best loved of all fairy tales.

Tinker Tray Thursdays

Thu 18 Aug 2022
11:00-15:00
Perfect for open-ended creativity and imaginative play, get creative with the arts and crafts materials in your tinker tray to make wild art, pictures and collages.

Life plays with the Squires

Sat 20 Aug 2022
13:30-14:00
This 30-minute play by award winning playwright and writer Peter Read tells about the life of the last two squires of Erddig; Simon and Philip.