Pretty 17th-century 'Plantation' home with a significant costume collection

See some of our conservation work

Explore the outdoors

Walking at Springhill

Upcoming events

Easter at Springhill

Thu 25 Apr 2019
Bunny fun in Moneymore for all the family

Nest Quest

Fri 10 May 2019
Join our ranger team and help spot nests around the gardens and wider estate at Springhill.

Rose Month

Thu 06 Jun 2019
Take a stroll with our gardener Warren and learn all there is to know about the varieties of roses at Springhill. Check out Warrens vision in the newly replanted and refigured Dutch Garden

Garden Fair

Sun 16 Jun 2019
Summer garden fun for all the family at Springhill celebrating all that grows with fun activities with our rangers.

Swift Spotting

Fri 05 Jul 2019
A must for all you avid bird watchers out there. The Ranger team need your help to determine how many swifts call Springhill their home during the summer season

Family Fun Day

Sun 11 Aug 2019
Great fun day out for all the family at Springhill. Get outdoors and closer to nature this summer

Eating and shopping

Seasonal Fayre at The Barn Cafe Springhill

Eating and shopping

A visit to Springhill is not complete without tasting the seasonal fayre in The Barn Café. This is located in the Visitor Centre which also houses the Springhill shop. Marvel at the new range of Christmas decorations and gifts for all your family and friends



Visitors arriving at Springhill, County Londonderry

Take a step back into history 

Informative tours breathe life into the fascinating past of this welcoming family home. There are ten generations of Lenox-Conyngham family tales to enthral you.



Moneymore Nursery School exploring

Springhill’s new landscape conservation programme 

We're pleased to announce the launch of our new education scheme. This exciting scheme is tailored to the changing seasons and designed to teach children of all ages about outdoor conservation.


Get involved

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Springhill on the National Trust Collections website