Newark Park

Important notice -

The estate, garden and tea pavilion are open Friday-Sundays. To avoid disappointment please book your visit in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. If you don't book we cannot guarantee admission.

Tudor hunting lodge to intriguing historic home, set in a spectacular estate

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What's on

Booking your visit 

The garden, estate and tea pavilion at Newark Park are open Friday-Sundays. We've introduced advance booking to keep everyone safe and maintain social distancing. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Newark Park (4 Dec - 6 Dec)

Fri 04 Dec 2020
Book your timed entry to visit Newark Park.

A Peter Rabbit™ winter adventure activity trail at Newark Park

Fri 04 Dec 2020
Join Peter Rabbit and friends to solve puzzles, get closer to nature and have your very own winter adventure at Newark Park
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Things to see and do

Exploring outdoors

Family fun

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Autumn at Newark Park

Join us this season for nature trails, wild art and unrivalled views of the Ozleworth valley. Children can enjoy spotting colourful toadstools on the croquet lawn, learning about fungi in the estate and our carved woodland animals, as well as a sculpture exhibition from 1 October - 29 November.

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Eating and shopping

Newark lunch with a view

Tea pavilion  

Our tea pavilion is open and will initially be serving a limited range of takeaway hot and cold drinks and some light snacks. We’ve introduced new safety measures including closure of our seating areas, screens at our till and collection points, and waymarked routes. We’ll also only be accepting card payment. In line with government guidelines you're required to wear a face covering: please bring one with you. We look forward to welcoming you back and know that you’ll support us to make this a safe experience for everyone.

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Our work

A healthy tree

Ash dieback 

Along with many other organisations, we're concerned about ash dieback, a fungal disease that's affecting many woodlands, parks and gardens across the country. We're doing all we can to manage the disease in Gloucestershire.

Details of three portraits

Addressing our histories of colonialism and historic slavery 

Newark Park, along with a number of other places and collections in our care, deals with contentious political histories. Learn more about what we are doing to be inclusive in our work and acknowledge the impact and legacies of colonialism.

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Wildlife watching

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Get involved

Find your rewarding volunteering experience at Newark Park

Volunteer at Newark Park  

Join the dedicated team of volunteers who help us look after this special place, forever for everyone.

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