Group Visits to Tredegar House

A group walk through the Cedar Garden at Tredegar House

Just off the M4 and with 90 acres of gardens and parkland to explore, Tredegar House is the perfect destination for your group.

Guided Tours

Groups can pre-book one of the below themed guided tours during their visit to Tredegar House:

The Morgan Women

Enjoy a private tour of our state rooms before our doors open to the general public. Meet some of the key women who influenced the development of the Morgan dynasty and the marks they left on their family seat. *Please note this tour can only be booked for a 10.30am start.

Upstairs and Downstairs

An opportunity to explore the lives of those who lived at Tredegar House and discover how the relationship between the different parts of the household changed from the Tudor beginnings to the decades of decadence between the Wars. This Tour will visit not only family rooms at Tredegar, but also the attics where the servants lived, the Hall where they ate and the Housekeeper’s Room where the power really lay.

Informal Formal Gardens

Join one of our enthusiastic expert gardeners on a fascinating tour of the three very different walled gardens. Find out about the history of the gardens, see the horticultural highlights of the season and discover our plans to uncover the stories of these wonderfully informal formal gardens.

Who was Olga Dolgarouky?

Enjoy a 30 minute talk about Olga Dolgarouky, a Russian princess who moved to Tredegar House during World War II. She was popular with estate workers and left a lasting impression on the local community, spending several years volunteering with the Royal Gwent Hospital.

The Gilt Room, Tredegar House
The Gilt Room, Tredegar House
The Gilt Room, Tredegar House

Access

  • Dedicated coaching and blue badge parking areas close to reception.
  • Two wheelchairs available for visitor use when pre-booked in advance.
  • Suitably adapted toilet facilities across site.
  • Guide dogs welcome across site, including in the mansion house.
  • The Brewhouse Tearooms and gift shop are fully accessible.

Access to the first floor of the mansion house may be limited for some visitors with mobility difficulties, as it is accessed by several flights of stairs.

Please be aware that although the parkland is accessible, some areas of the woodland have uneven surfaces and may become waterlogged during periods of bad weather.

It is recommended that visitors with mobility difficulties contact us prior to their visit.

Enjoy a bowl of warming soup during your visit
A waiter carries a bowl of soup
Enjoy a bowl of warming soup during your visit

Eating during your visit

Visit the Brewhouse Tearooms to ensure your group are well fed and watered before, during or after their visit.

We can provide a range of pre-booked catering options subject to the availability of the Morgan Room. Pre-booked catering offers the opportunity for your group to be seated together, smooth and efficient table service and no need to queue!  

Please call in advance to check if this is an option for your group.