With over 540 acres to explore, the Tyntesfield estate is a great place to stretch your legs.
This walk passes through ancient woodland; there are plenty of flowers to see, especially in the spring, and meanders into a hay field, which is full of oxeye daisies in May and June.
Learn about the forgotten past of Tyntesfield on a circular walk full of historical and natural interest, taking you through an avenue of Monkey Puzzles, a summerhouse, and Second World War remains.
Take in the views of the gardens at Tyntesfield before returning gently uphill, along the main drive, and past some wonderful trees and buildings.
This walk meanders through some of the estate’s plantations. There are plenty of flowers to see all year round, but especially in the spring.
Tyntesfield is home to hundreds of rare and beautiful trees. Pick up a map from the Ticket Office and look out for the golden leaf markers as you walk across the estate.
There are a number of dog-free areas on the Tyntesfield estate, here's what that means for you and your four-legged friend..
The wider estate boasts panoramic countryside views, vast woodland, heritage trees and rolling parkland.
The gardens at Tyntesfield are an ever changing landscape - home to beautiful borders, ancient trees and tasty produce that's used to this day in our Cow Barn restaurant.
With spectacular views across Bristol and the surrounding landscape, ancient and veteran trees, and an abundance of wildlife, Leigh Woods is the perfect place to stretch your legs. Here are our favourite walks...