Join us on Fri 16 Oct, 7-11pm and get your welly wiggle on and head to Tyntesfield to celebrate the beginning of autumn with a good old ceilidh hoedown.

There will be a toe-tappin’ band, traditional ceilidh caller, Somerset cider and a hearty barbecue. Adult £10, Child £6.


Head to Tyntesfield at half term for plenty of autumnal fun.

There’ll be a spooky Hallowe’en trail, eerie arts & crafts, a torchlight tour, a murder mystery, chilling storytelling prowls and pumpkin carving.

Fungi foray

Autumn is the best time to spot fungi in the woods

Join us on Sun 8 Nov, 10.30am - 12.30pm and 1.30 - 3.30pm and discover the wonderful world of fungi at Tyntesfield with our local experts. Drop in to see finds from their annual fungus audit by booking on to one of our forays and become an expert yourself. Sorry, no dogs on the forays. £10 per person per foray.

Magister Dixit

A new interactive sculpture by Emma Smith in collaboration with Tyntesfield’s volunteers, inspired by the property’s rich history, is on display in the opulent Drawing Room in the house.

Festive time

Tyntesfield is beautiful in winter

Get this special time of the year off to a magical start and step back to Christmas’ past, as we take the best loved themes and traditions and bring them to life with a very Victorian twist. We’ll be posting more information very soon.