Cotswold walk: Park and Countryside (Battlefield)

Join a Cotswold warden to explore the local cotswold way, discovering historical points of interest on the 5 mile walk.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

Join a Cotswold warden to explore the local cotswold way, discovering historical points of interest on the 5 mile walk.

The basics

Meeting point
Meet outside the visitor reception building.
What to bring and wear
Wear suitable footwear and clothing for walking.
Accessibility
Not suitable for pushchairs. Please note there are stiles on the walk route.
Other
Parking charges are £2 for 2 hours and £4 all day.

Contact Info

Name
Elizabeth Woolfrey
Email
elizabeth.woolfrey@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01179371333

Upcoming events

Guided parkland walks

Mon 23 May 2022
10:30-11:30
An expert volunteer guide will lead you around the 270 acres of parkland to learn more about the site's history, archaeology, management and significance. On selected days at 10.30am and 2pm.

Guided garden walks

Mon 23 May 2022
11:30-12:30
Want to find out more about Dyrham's garden? Why not join one of our expert volunteer guides on a morning or afternoon tour.

Jubilee celebrations for May half term

Sat 28 May 2022
10:00-17:00
There will be activities running at Dyrham Park to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee from Sat 28 May to Sun 5 June.

Nature trail

Tue 31 May 2022
11:00-12:00
A chance for families to explore the parkland with our expert outdoor learning assistants. Have a go at fun activities such as making friends with a bug or identifying different plants . There may even be a chance to create your own wild art!

Cotswold walk: Park and Countryside (Battlefield)

Sat 11 Jun 2022
10:30-13:00
Join a Cotswold warden to explore the local cotswold way, discovering historical points of interest on the 5 mile walk.

Cotswold Walk: Siston Court circular

Sat 25 Jun 2022
10:30-16:30
Join a Cotswold warden for this nine and a half mile circular walk to Siston Court that shares similar architecture to the house at Dyrham Park. The walk is free though you will need to pay for parking if you are not a National Trust member.