Spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house with garden and parkland

Child with magnifying glass on bug hunt

50 Things at Tyntesfield  

There are plenty of opportunities to tick off some of your 50 Things at Tyntesfield. Build a den in the den village, eat a picnic in the wild, hunt for bugs or join in one of the many activities that run throughout the year.

Curator's choice: five must-sees at Tyntesfield

Sue Hayward is the Curator for Tyntesfield and Bristol. Her job is to care for this special place and share its stories with visitors. Here she shares a small selection of her current ‘must sees’.


What's on

Family wearing gardening gloves

Wonders of the walled garden family workshops 

Learn what's growing in the kitchen garden, have a go at being a gardener and try out some recipes in the bountiful walled garden. There are two hour workshops across the school holidays.

Upcoming events

Feel Good Friday: Tyntesfield run

Fri 23 Aug 2019
Blow the cobwebs away with a morning run round the Tyntesfield estate, enjoying spectacular scenery along the way.

House tickets: August 2019

Fri 23 Aug 2019
In 2019 the house at Tyntesfield will be open in some way, every day (except Christmas day). Tickets can be pre-booked or picked up from the Ticket Office on the day.

Carve a Celtic knot 2019 (sorry, sold out)

Sun 25 Aug 2019
New for 2019: Learn the principles of basic relief carving by carving a Celtic knot or another design of your choice on this one day workshop with the Somerset Bodgers.

Wonders of the Walled Garden

Tue 27 Aug 2019
A summer family workshop inspired by the walled garden at Tyntesfield.

$tow High in Transit

Fri 30 Aug 2019
A thought-provoking photography exhibition by Olli Hellmann revealing the links between the ‘boom and bust’ of Peruvian guano and the transformation of Tyntesfield.

House tickets: September

Sun 01 Sep 2019
To enter the house at Tyntesfield, you'll need a ticket. These can be pre-booked or picked up from the ticket office on the day.

Eating and shopping


Get involved

Visitors on the landing

Volunteer at Tyntesfield 

Tyntesfield couldn't run without the wonderful array of volunteers who are involved with all aspects of looking after this special place. Could you bring your talents to the team, at the same time as making friends and learning new skills?



Victorian servants

Learning at Tyntesfield 

Hands-on history, outdoor science and creative cross curricular workshops.



Visit the National Trust's Tyntesfield as a group

Visiting as a group 

Visiting Tyntesfield as a group? Here's all you need to know...


Places to stay


Venue hire

The sawmill at Tyntesfield

Hold an event at Tyntesfield 

The Sawmill at Tyntesfield has been restored with state of the art equipment for educational, business and social events.


Art and collections

Conserving Tyntesfield

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Tyntesfield on the National Trust Collections website