Lanhydrock is a haven for many different species of wildlife, thanks to the way we organically manage the parkland and the work we carry out to preserve, protect and restore habitats. Here are a few of the wild things you can see here in spring.
Many creatures make their home at Lanhydrock, including some rather rare and spectacular bugs. Learn about one beetle, facing extinction, which lives in the parkland here.
You might spot these tiny newts in the Victorian swimming pool in the spring, when they gather there to breed. Palmate newts are getting rarer in the UK but we're doing what we can to help this species thrive.
Is it just me or is it dark in here? Find out why we keep light levels low in the house as part of our conservation work to look after Lanhydrock and its collections to save the past for the future.
A team of volunteers are working behind the scenes to reveal secrets from the history of Lanhydrock and its people. What are they doing and what might they discover?