Uppark House and Garden

Important notice -

The stables and dairy are currently closed off due to essential maintenance. We apologise for the inconvenience.

Uppark: a tranquil and intimate 18th-century house

Uppark House and Garden

Things to see and do 

Uppark House and Garden

What's on 

Upcoming events

May half-term trail

Mon 28 May 2018
10:00-16:00
Pick up our family hare themed trail this half-term and explore the gardens and grounds.

Women of Uppark Season - Music from Kirsty Merryn

Mon 28 May 2018
12:00-15:00
Kirsty Merryn joins us to celebrate the Women of Uppark with live music in the gardens.

In her Shoes - The Women of Uppark

Mon 28 May 2018
12:30-16:00
As part of the National Trust's Women and Power programme, join us this season as we walk in the footsteps of the strong women of Uppark.

Bugs in the Beer Cellar

Tue 29 May 2018
11:00-14:30
Come and peek at the pests that are eating our collection and we'll show you how we stop them.

Women of Uppark Season - Lady Sarah and her Doll's House

Thu 07 Jun 2018
12:15-15:15
Find out more about our woman of the month Sarah, Lady Fetherstonhaugh and her seventeenth century doll's house.

Open Cabinet Week

Fri 08 Jun 2018
11:00-16:00
Have you ever wondered what lies behind our closed doors?
Uppark House and Garden

Eating and shopping

Uppark House and Garden

Get involved

Two conservation volunteers at a National Trust property

Share your talent 

We couldn't work without our dedicated team of volunteers that help us run and look after Uppark. Take a look at how you can get involved with the volunteer team.

Uppark House and Garden

Wildlife

Hare among grass and thistles

Spotting hares at Uppark 

On quiet early mornings in Uppark you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a native brown hare. The permanent grassland and woodland edges here provide the perfect habitat, and in spring they're at their liveliest, as courtship begins.

Uppark House and Garden

Art and collections

Our collections

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