From tea making to family trails, there's loads going on at Tyntesfield this February half term.
Drop in on our fun family sessions in the Sawmill and try your hand at herbal tea and pomander making this February half term.
From milking cows to shining shoes, Tyntesfield's Victorian servants had their work cut out. You can have a go at some of their jobs on our February half term trail.
Visiting Tyntesfield in January and February 2019? Entrance to the house on weekdays is on a 'Play Hard' or 'Work Hard' guided storytelling tour only.
Stretch your photography skills and see how many of our weekly photography challenges you can complete in January and February.
With four play areas, a den building village and acres of parkland to explore, play is the order of the day on a trip to Tyntesfield.
As you walk around the house at Tyntesfield, can you imagine what it was like to live here?
Winter is the perfect time to stretch your legs in the gardens and parkland at Tyntesfield. You might even spot a few cheeky robins hopping around the trees.
With over 540 acres of wider estate, four different play areas and a den building village, there's plenty of room for adventuring at Tyntesfield this winter...
Dogs on short leads are welcome in most areas of the Tyntesfield estate. Here's what that means for your four-legged friend.
A crisp winter walk around the Tyntesfield estate is the perfect way to blow the cobwebs away.
Dragonflies and deer, bats, birds and badgers, newts, hares, fungi and reptiles - the diversity of the Tyntesfield estate makes it the perfect home for a whole range of wildlife.