Walking and exploring Sherborne Park Estate

Sherborne weir in the snow, Anna Field

There are several walking routes on the estate that you can enjoy and spot some of the wildlife.

The Sherborne estate is home to a wide array of wildlife especially raptors and farmland birds which are declining in numbers elsewhere. You might want to bring your binoculars to spot them.

Whether you'd like to walk for half an hour or over two hours, we have a choice that might suit. Some of them are linked below and maps are available at Ewe Pen Barn. 

Sherborne is a small and lovely village, including the Village Shop & Tea Room (not National Trust). The family walk will take you through the village, as well as the woodland. 

You can also join a guided walk through parts of the estate not usually seen, find more details here.

Parking is at Ewe Pen Barn (postcode GL54 3DT) or the Watermeadows car park at Northfield Barn (GL54 3DL).

Chris Packham, from BBC Springwatch

Chris Packham explores Sherborne village

Discover the nature and wildlife in Sherborne village.

Sherborne Park Estate in Gloucestershire

Sherborne short woodland walk

An easy walk, but one with the chance to spot a variety of wonderful wildlife along the way.

Cheltenham Avenue in the winter

Family fun walk at Sherborne Park Estate

An ideal walk for families, this route takes in peaceful farmland, woodland and the village.

Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate, Gloucestershire

Lodge Park Bridgeman walk

Explore the grounds of Lodge Park and the wider parkland, designed by Charles Bridgeman in the 18th century.