Visiting Newark Park: what to expect from your visit

South front of Newark Park

We're reopening the places you love, gradually, safely and in line with government advice.

We look forward to welcoming you back soon

What your visit will look like

  • Car park: once parked up you can collect your parking ticket from one of the pay-and-display machines. Members can scan their membership cards here too. 
  • Garden: The garden is laid out over three levels. You are welcome to bring a picnic with you - we have picnic tables as well as plenty of grassy areas for you to sit. 
  • Estate: the Pink and Purple estate walks are open. We're sorry but the Orange route is closed. 
  • House: the ground floor of the house is open. You will be able to visit the house between 11:00 and 16:00. Entry to the house is included with your pre-booked admission.
  • Toilets: available in the car park beside the visitor reception building. 
  • Play areas: the play area and the woodland play area are open.
  • Tea pavilion: The tea pavilion is open on a takeaway only basis, serving a limited menu. All of the seating at Newark is outside.
  • Dogs are welcome on leads. Please make sure they are kept on a short lead in the wider estate to avoid upsetting livestock and ground-nesting birds. 
A visitor in the shop at Tyntesfield wearing a mask

Face coverings

Wearing a face covering is a personal choice, although they are recommended in crowded and enclosed places. Thank you for supporting us to make this a safe experience for everyone.

Exploring outdoors