Blow away the cobwebs on a crisp winter walk as you take a moment to pause and reconnect with nature. Pick up a walk map from the visitor centre and look out for different sights and sounds as you explore the garden undressed for winter.
It won't be long after the New Year before you see the gardens bursting with snowdrops, or as we fondly like to call them 'Stowedrops'. Follow this brand new route and path network to see the best of the season and unseen views of the lakes.
Get closer to nature with the Wild team on an epic walk to complete as many of the '50 things to do before you're 11¾' challenge activities as possible. Routes and session themes will change with the seasons.
Take a walk with us into the woods as we settle down by our new fire-pit for some starry storytelling. Learn how the stars helped shape Welsh history and hear some of the myths, legends and literature, inspired by the nights sky.
Introduce the kids to the sounds and smells of the landscape this February half term. Pull on your wellies and pick up a trail sheet to engage their senses while surrounded by nature and have a stomp and splash about outside in the fresh air.
Experience the magic of trees this half term on the last chance to follow the tree and bird trail and see Winter Wildlife in Print. On selected days join a naked tree walk and get creative in an artrageous workshop.*
We'd love your help to continue planting our Snowdrop Trail around the garden. It's a lovely way to commemorate an anniversary, celebrate a birth or remember a loved one - or just blow away the Christmas cobwebs!
Visit the Scarecrow Festival in Tatton Park Gardens and Farm, where over 30 scarecrows will be on display this February half-term. Open Sat 8 - Sun 9 and Tues 11 - Sun 23 Feb 10am - 4pm(last entry 3pm). The Mansion is closed during low season.
Families can discover what they might have needed to live in prehistoric Avebury with a free museum trail. At Avebury Manor, children 'can touch' the displays, lie on the beds or dress up in the costumes.
Do you know your sparrows from your house martins? When is the best time to hear a woodpecker? What do tawny owls eat? Come and follow the Brilliant Birds trail around the Lanhydrock garden this February half-term to find out.
Join the Lanhydrock Rangers this February half-term for a day packed with 50 Things to do before you're 11 3/4. Make your own mud creation, cook on the campfire, find mini beasts in the Victorian swimming pool and much more around the estate.
Why not try some crafts to encourage our feathered friends to visit the garden on Mon, Wed and Fri? On Tues and Thu mornings you can try your hand at natural crafts.
Both weekends there will be '50 things' activities.
Are you ready for a half term adventure? Whether you're following our slumbering animals trail through the gardens, ticking off a 50 things activity or having a run around the parkland there's something to keep everyone entertained.
This half term become a bird detective and take on a mini adventure around the gardens to learn about the birdlife at Hughenden with our winged heroes Bat and Robin. £3 per trail with a craft to take home.
The castle is refreshed for another season. Get out and about in your wellies while you explore the castle with a spring in your step. Kick start your 50 things surrounded by nature, play medieval games and take on a new children's trail.
Come and see how Lord & Lady Bearsted made Upton House and Gardens the perfect country retreat for their family in the 1930s. You can also discover Lord Bearsted's famous art collection including works by Bosch, Stubbs and Canaletto.
Wrap up warm and have a wintery adventure at Stoneywell. There will be ’50 things’ activities for you to enjoy in the great outdoors, as our trail guides you around the garden and woodland. Create some wild art, discover wild animal clues and go...
Join us this February half term as we begin to celebrate 125 years of the National Trust through 1000 years of History. Bring your teddy bear to become a brave Knight who escapes the wrath of King John.
Find some light-hearted inspiration for your New Year's resolutions with our fun, nature-inspired fitness trail. In the spirit of the great plant hunters, pot up some seeds to take home and grow butterfly and bee friendly flowers.
Ever wondered how you and your family can #ShowTheLove you feel for our environment and climate? Come and find out as different local climate and nature focused organisations show you what they are passionate about and how you can make a difference.
**17 April sold out**
Join us at sunset to see what is stirring as darkness descends. Muntjac and Roe Deer come out of hiding and the stars can be spectacular on a clear night. Going on a nature walk at night and Go stargazing are two of the...
February half term is here and it’s time to have fun in the orchards. Pick up your ’50 things to do before you’re 11¾’ sheet and join Really Rural’s Richard as he shows you how to make a trail with sticks.