Spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house with garden and parkland


Things to see and do


What's on

Upcoming events

'Play Hard' behind the scenes tour: 27-31 January

Mon 27 Jan 2020
Step behind closed doors and find out more about the Gibbs family and how they made Tyntesfield their home.

House tickets: February weekends

Sat 01 Feb 2020
To enter the house at Tyntesfield, you'll need a ticket. These can be pre-booked or picked up from the ticket office on the day.

Feel Good Friday: Tyntesfield run

Fri 07 Feb 2020
Blow the cobwebs away with a morning run round the Tyntesfield estate, enjoying spectacular scenery along the way. Every other Friday, except bank holidays and school holidays.

Family marbling workshops

Mon 17 Feb 2020
This February half term, get creative by making your own marbled book mark or greeting card in our family workshops.

Trust 10

Sun 23 Feb 2020
Enjoy a 10k run with the National Trust. Tyntesfield has a pay & display car park: £3 per vehicle. National Trust members who scan their cards at our parking machines or those with an in date car sticker park for free.

Make a Somerset sheep hurdle 2020

Sun 23 Feb 2020
New for 2020: Under the expert guidance of the Somerset Bodgers, this is a one day course in which you will make a single full sized sheep hurdle or, two miniature ones that you can use as plant supports in your garden.

Eating and shopping


Get involved



Victorian servants

Learning at Tyntesfield 

Hands-on history, outdoor science and creative cross curricular workshops.



Visit the National Trust's Tyntesfield as a group

Visiting as a group 

Visiting Tyntesfield as a group? Here's all you need to know...


Places to stay


Venue hire

The sawmill at Tyntesfield

Hold an event at Tyntesfield 

The Sawmill offers an unusual space to hold your business, educational or social event, in the beautiful setting of the Tyntesfield estate.


Art and collections

Conserving Tyntesfield

Our collections

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