Stretching your legs at Tyntesfield

Runners running through the woodland at Tyntesfield

From shaded woodland walks and traditional lawn games, to early morning runs and play area adventures, there are plenty of ways to stay active this summer at Tyntesfield.

Walking at Tyntesfield

With 540 acres of parkland, woodland and formal garden, there's plenty of place to stretch your legs.

Why not join a guided estate walk and find out more about Tyntesfield's history during your stroll?

Fancy something faster paced?

Whether you fancy a Friday morning 5k or a Sunday morning 10k, there are plenty of running opportunities at Tyntesfield.

Lawn games

This summer sees the return of some traditional lawn games to Tyntesfield's formal garden.

Why not get in some Wimbledon practice on our historic tennis court? Or try your hand at croquet in front of the house?

Try your hand at croquet this summer at Tyntesfield
Visitors playing croquet at Tyntesfield
Try your hand at croquet this summer at Tyntesfield

Play areas

If you feel like an adventure, why not make your way up to our woodland play area where you can build a den, climb a ship's rigging and swing between the trees.

(Or, there are three other play areas a bit closer to a coffee spot if the grown ups would like a rest.)

Can I bring my dog?

Dogs (other than assistance dogs) are not allowed in the formal garden, walled garden, or any of the historic buildings on the estate, but are allowed (on short leads) in the woodland, parkland and along the main drive.

You can find out more information here: