Visit Attingham with your dog
Exploring our acres of parkland with your four-legged friend is a great way to enjoy the beautiful landscape, and we welcome well-behaved dogs.
Attingham has always been a place where dogs can enjoy themselves. Dogs lived alongside the Berwick family who left the Attingham Estate to the National Trust, and we continue the tradition of welcoming responsible dog owners.
Welcoming dogs to Attingham
Attingham is visited by over half a million people a year, and many thousands of people visit with their dog to enjoy walking in our outdoors spaces. We ask visitors with their dogs to follow our dog policy and the National Trust Canine Code to ensure that all our visitors are able to enjoy their visit. This webpage will give you more information on visiting with your four-legged friend.
Where can my dog go?
All paws are welcome to explore the grounds at Attingham, please keep your dog on a lead in all of our outdoor spaces other than in the designated off-lead area. Please look out for signs that indicate a ‘short-lead area’ – these are places that we know can get very busy sand we ask that you keep your four-legged friend close by in those areas.
We welcome assistance dogs in our indoor spaces including Mansion, shop and cafe (Mansion and shop currently closed to visitors)
Facilities for dog walkers
- There are ten dog waste bins located around the site. Please clear up after your dog and use these bins provided to dispose of the waste.
- Paw friendly toilets can be found at the Brewhouse at the Mansion, in the Walled Garden and in the Field of Play.
- There are '10 minute dog tie up points' in the Stables Courtyard where you can tie your dog up for a maximum of 10 minutes while you pop in to the Carriage House Café (open from 9am), the second-hand bookshop, Stables Shop and toilets. Assistance dogs are welcome inside the Carriage House Café, Stables Shop, second-hand bookshop, and toilets.