As one of the National Trust's largest shops, Stourhead has a full range of home accessories, kitchen ware, books, greetings cards, clothing accessories and food. As well as plenty to help you enjoy the great outdoors - from walking to gardening. Whether it’s a gift or a treat for yourself, you’ll find lots to choose from.
Spring has sprung on our estate, and our shop is no different. The new and exclusive Grasslands collection is inspired by the wildflower meadows in our care. The delicate and colourful designs can be found on homewares, kitchen, ladies accessories and our garden range. The range showcases hues of blue, green and spring flowers – just right to brighten up your day, home or garden.
This Easter we have everything you need to decorate your home and garden as well as that perfect Easter gift. Our Spring Habitats Easter trail can be seen throughout the property and the garden shop has a number of animal and bird habitats to encourage wildlife to your own garden. Our beautifully designed Easter range includes books, toys, decorations and of course – chocolate!
This Easter we are running a pop-up shop in the stable yard over the select weekends in April. There will be exclusive products, tastings and some sale items too! The Easter Pop up will be open from 10.30am – 4pm on the following weekends. April 6-7, 13-14 and from Good Friday – Easter Monday.
Come and meet our makers in 2019. Each month the shop will be partnering with one of our local artisan and craft makers to showcase their products. The Makers will be available for tastings, book readings, demonstrations and general question time on selected dates over the year. Please see our Spring Makers below.
March: Tracey from ‘A Jar Of’ will be available in the shop from 2pm–5pm coming on Mothering Sunday. With produce grown in the area surrounding her Dorset Countryside location A jAr of’s jams and Chutneys are truly locally sources and made. Why not pop in and meet Tracey and taste a sample.
April: The Tangley Man is a childrens novel written by former teacher and local resident Alec Lockyer after he used to tell the story to his grandchildren on their visits to Stourhead. The book and illustrations are founded on Stourhead and it can be found exclusively at the shop. Watch this space for a book reading over the Easter School Holidays.
May: Felting started as a hobby for Liberty but is now her artisan business. Her felted craft kits and heart decorations are based on nature and seasonally themed. Liberty will be in the shop on Sunday 26 May for demonstrations and question time.
All sales from the shop help to look after our special places.