Getting here sustainably

Volunteer bus driver

Travelling to this special place sustainably will help us to protect the environment for ever, for everyone.

You can claim a 20% off voucher for our restaurant, cafe and shop if you arrive by bicycle, on foot, or by public transport - just pick it up from the Ticket Officer when you arrive.

Arriving by bicycle

From the B3128 please follow the signs 'All visitors'.

We kindly ask that cyclists dismount on their route through the estate from the B3130.

Please follow the signs for the Home Farm visitor centre. Bike racks and lockers can be found at the Home Farm visitor ventre.

The Festival Way from Bristol will bring you part of the way to Tyntesfield - please follow signed Bridle routes for connections. Please note the bridle routes do not have a paved surface and are not in the National Trust's care.

See here for bicycle route information.

Arriving on foot

There are lots of public footpaths which criss-cross North Somerset from major town centres - see Ordnance Survey maps no. 154 or 155.

Please follow the public footpath signs from the B3128 and B3130 and head to the Home Farm visitor centre, following the signs that say 'All Visitors'.

 

Arriving by bus

 
Monday to Friday services run approx every half an hour from Bristol and Clevedon and every hour on Sunday.
 
Bus stops can be found at either end of the estate on the Bristol and Clevedon roads. It is a 15-20 minute walk from each of these stops to the Home Farm visitor centre.
 
Log on to https://www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west  for up to date information.