School's out and whether the sun's out too or not, there's something fun for the whole family this summer at Tyntesfield.
With four play areas, a den building village and acres of parkland to explore, your family summer starts at Tyntesfield.
Have you ever thought about how people in the past lived? Or what people in the future might think of the way we live today? On this kids-only day camp we invite children to see Tyntesfield through the eyes of its past visitors.
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.
From 20 August, see how many of your 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4 can you tick of at Tyntesfield this summer?
Picnics are welcome across the Tyntesfield estate (apart from fields with livestock in them), here are some of our favourite spots...
On the third Sunday of every month from May to November, we welcome a range of local food and craft producers to Tyntesfield.
Find out more information, and book your place, on the woodland workshops with Holly and guests.
What would it have been like to live in a house like Tyntesfield? Wander through the historic rooms and imagine what it would have been like as one of the family or maybe one of the servants.
You can while away the hours wandering through spring flowers at Tyntesfield. How many different colours can you spot around the garden?
There's plenty of room to run and play on the Tyntesfield estate.. from shady woodland paths and play areas to rolling parkland and wildflower meadows.
Dogs on short leads are welcome in most areas of the Tyntesfield estate. Here's what that means for your four-legged friend.
Inspired by the life and legacy of Hannah More, Tyntesfield welcomes award-winning Bristol poet, Holly Corfield Carr, as poet-in-residence in 2018.
A relaxing stay in one of Tyntesfield's estate cottages is the perfect way to escape the city.