I’m beginning Queen’s University in September, studying English and Social Anthropology, and my creativity will be brought into my role here in the Media Team through blog posts and photographs. I’ve been volunteering here for 3 years and my favourite part about Mount Stewart is mythology and the stories of Edith that are portrayed here.
From getting closer to nature with Tots plots and Moth mornings to joining a group of like-minded people to run 5k around Gibside. Every week, we host a range of regular activities, would you like to join in too?
George Nathaniel Curzon, Marquess Curzon of Kedleston 1859-1925. A politician, world traveler and complex individual. From Viceroy of India to president of the National League for Opposing Women's Suffrage.
This year Springwatch will be broadcast live from the Sherborne Park Estate, a beautiful Cotswold farming landscape. Tune in to meet the estate’s huge range of wildlife, from barn owls to otters, and find out how we’re working to protect special habitats like Sherborne Park.
Tarn Hows is one of the many outdoor sites you can explore in the Lake District, and is set to host a rather special visitor soon…
Have you ever wanted a wild family adventure but not sure where to start? Join us on a Wild Wednesday event during the school holidays and explore nature’s playground. With lots of creative activities using natural materials, wildlife quizzes and most importantly plenty of fun in the great outdoors, this will be an adventure to remember.
There's much more to Blickling than its famous house. Discover 4,600 acres of woodland, parkland and farmland...
Join the weekly parkrun on Saturdays at 9am, or the Great Run Local on Sundays at 9.15am. If you're looking for a more of a challenge. Grab your head torch and book onto the Night Run taking place on Saturday 3 February from 7pm.
With over 3,000 acres to explore, the estate at Hughenden offers some of the best of the Chilterns countryside. From parkland strolls and beech wood walks to the wide expanses of the chalk hills, follow a waymarked walk or hike.
We can't achieve our nature and landscape ambitions on our own. We're standing up for nature by working in partnership.
Repton, the original landscape gardener, brought his unique design style to the gardens and parks at more than 20 of our places. As a skilled water colour painter, each commission was accompanied by one of his ingenious 'red books' to illustrate his proposal.
Butterflies are among nature's most important pollinators. See what you might discover on a stroll through our gardens and parkland - and find out how we're helping the British Butterfly Trust.
Hughenden is home to the UK's largest horse-chestnut tree, named a Champion Tree by the National Tree Register. Come and see this special tree in our parkland.