Shugborough is a rare example of a surviving complete estate, with many areas for you to visit and explore. You can lose yourself in our Parkland, spot our heritage breeds on our farm or enter the Mansion to discover stories of the Anson family. What will you choose?
Explore 900 acres of Grade I Listed parkland and its many buildings, monuments and follies.
Discover how Shugborough's Walled Garden was at the cutting edge of farming innovation.
Visit the 19th century model estate farm.
Discover all about life at Shugborough from the very beginning, from the adventurous Anson brothers to the glamorous lifestyle of Sir Patrick Lichfield.
As the warmer months approach us, why not pack up a picnic and come to Shugborough to enjoy some outdoor dining.
‘A Lost Paradise?’ is a poetic, visual journey through Shugborough’s parkland, taking you back to the tumultuous night of the great flood of 1795.
Sit back and relax over a morning snack, delicious lunch or afternoon tea and cake at Park Farm Cafe or the Mansion Tea-room at Shugborough.