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.
An opportunity to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors in this iconic landscape, rich in archaeology, wildlife and plants. You can enjoy these wide open spaces by challenging yourself to complete all eight walks - once done you'll have walked 50km.
Sat 20 Apr 2019
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This is an opportunity to discover more of Wiltshire's iconic landscape, rich in archaeology, wildlife and plants. You can enjoy beautiful open spaces and challenge yourself to complete all twelve walks at our landscape sites.
Sat 20 Apr 2019
+ 254 other dates
A visit to the National Trust is not complete without popping into the shop. We've got a variety of gifts and souvenirs for you to enjoy, and you can even purchase some of the plant varieties you saw around the gardens.
Enjoy freshly baked scones in our Old Stables Tea-Room, or warm yourself up with some soup. The tea-room is just perfect for picking up a light refreshment after a walk around the estate.
Blow away the cobwebs on a frosty walk around Emmetts Garden. Follow one of our downloadable trails and you may even end up at our neighbouring National Trust places of Toys Hill and Chartwell.
Spring is here and nature is looking beautiful! Shake off the winter cobwebs and head out exploring with our 50 Things to Do checklist. How many can you complete?
Get stuck into the outdoors at Emmetts Garden. Go on a walk around our Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt - Tree Trump Trail and collect fascinating facts about our tree-rific trees. Why not go wild in our play area or play dress up in our tepee?
Make the most of the sunshine and explosion of colour on a family outing to Emmetts Garden this summer. Go wild in our play area, reach new heights on the swings and enjoy the warmer weather a walk through our woodlands. What are you waiting for?
Easter is all grown up this year at Nuffield Place, so find out all the things you can do.
Find out what there is to do during the Easter holidays at Greys Court.
Get the whole family exploring the parkland with two half term trails and win a Cadburys chocolate treat.
Whether you want to treat yourself or a loved one, we've got everything from seasonal specialities and locally sourced produce to National Trust classics.
Dogs on short leads are welcome in most areas of the Tyntesfield estate. Here's what that means for your four-legged friend.
Don't let the weather put you off having a wintry adventure. Pick up our equipment and find the scariest beast you can find and hold it in your hand or build a wooden fortress in the woods. What are you waiting for?
Dragonflies and deer, bats, birds and badgers, newts, hares, fungi and reptiles.. the diversity of the Tyntesfield estate makes it the perfect home for a whole range of wildlife.
As the weather warms up the garden at Kingston Lacy springs into life. Enjoy an abundance of colour with the emergence of over 20,000 bulbs at this special time of year.
Know your dusky puffball from your mealy bonnet? Ever heard of an elfin saddle? The mushroom kingdom is full of peculiar caps, quirky growths and bizarre names. Autumn at Emmetts Garden and the surrounding Toys Hill countryside is a great time to immerse yourself in it, with an abundance of fungi popping up all over.
Now's the perfect time to get out exploring as the garden and wider estate springs back to life. From early spring daffodils to the later bluebells, there's so much colour to be seen and breath-taking views across the Weald of Kent to sit and enjoy.