When in the presence of the Queen, one must curtsey...Her Majesty and Lady Ponsonby grace us with their presence once again on our glorious Victorian estate. Etiquette lessons in the Library and tea in the Rose Garden, don't mind if we do.
As the eldest son of William Gibbs (1790-1875), Anthony was heir to a vast family fortune. When his father passed the reins of the Gibbs' empire to an older cousin, though still extraordinarily rich, Antony was now a man with free time on his...
Run 10k for free at Tyntesfield
Tyntesfield has a pay & display car park. £5 per vehicle. Charge applies to all non-member runners.
National Trust members with in date car sticker park free.
National Meadows Day is the UK's largest project transforming the fortunes of vanishing wildflower meadows, grassland and wildlife. Meet the Outdoors Team for activities to demonstrate the importance of our wildflower areas.
We challenge you to complete our list of 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4. Join us over the launch weekend and you could build a den, learn to find your way with a map and compass or hold a scary beast.
Ramble over to Tyntesfield for our week-long celebration of what our Rangers do to keep Tyntesfield special. Marking World Ranger Day, the Outdoors Team will be putting on a series of activities for everyone to gain an inside into the role of a...
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Can you hear those sleigh bells ringing...?! Construct your very own festive reindeer from Tyntesfield timber.