Guided walks at Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield estate

There are 504 acres of outdoors to explore at Tyntesfield, full of history, wildlife and beautiful views. Why not discover more on a guided walk? Whether you're keen on trees, bringing the family or just want to explore, there's a walk for every interest.

A National Trust Estate Guide at Tyntesfield leads a talk in the outdoors

Guided champion tree walks at Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield is home to over forty county champion trees - the tallest, widest, oldest of their species. On these seasonal morning walks, our volunteer tree registrar, Chris Watts, will take you on a journey to find some of the most significant hidden gems and ancient giants.

A group on a night time nature walk

Evening nature walk with a ranger

Complete one of your 50 Things to do before 11 and 3/4 by going on a nature walk at night with Tyntesfield’s area ranger. You'll discover the creatures that come out to play after the visitors have gone home and be taught top tips for spotting nocturnal wildlife, learn how to use a bat detector and may be lucky enough to find owls, deer and newts while the rest of the estate sleeps.

Visitors on a nature walk

Seasonal boundary walks

Discover rarely told tales and tread untrodden paths across fields and up through wooded glens. The walk will take in glorious vistas and shed light on some forgotten gems of the Tyntesfield story, with a stop for lunch in the Kitchen Garden.