Family fun at Lyme this summer

This summer, there's plenty of adventures waiting for you at Lyme. From seeing how many activities you can tick off your '50 things to do before you're 11¾' list, to exploring the house with our new trail. The hardest part is deciding what to do first.

Calling all young adventurers...

There's lots of fun to be had at Lyme this summer. Make the most of the warmer days by exploring the gardens and seeing what wildlife you can spot. Once you've conquered the garden, step inside the house to continue your adventure by joining our new family trail. 

Look out for nature at our places
Boy doing a nature trail
Look out for nature at our places

Whilst you're out exploring, why not see how many challenges from your '50 things' list you can try at Lyme? There are so many things you can do, here's just a few of our favourite to get you started:

No.1 Get to know a tree

Have a look around you, can you see any trees from where you are? One tree can be home to hundreds of creatures so try and see what species you can spot. 

Get to know a tree
Three children in a tree
Get to know a tree

No.30 Go on a colour scavenger hunt

Pollinators like bees and butterflies work hard to fill our gardens with colour. There are colours all around you at Lyme, what colours can you see where you're standing now?

Go on a scavenger hunt this summer
Two children inspect the herbaceous borders at Tredegar House
Go on a scavenger hunt this summer

No.44 Watch a bird

Choose a good spot and keep a look out. You'll need to be as quiet as a mouse. Make a note of their colours, shapes and what song they sing.

Binoculars make a great tool for bird watching
Bird watching
Binoculars make a great tool for bird watching

Discover a new adventure inside the house

There's lots to see inside the house at Lyme. Why not become an investigator for the day and see how many Legh family emblems you can find. Remember, keep your eyes peeled in each of the rooms on the trail.