Autumn is no time to hibernate. As the trees turn red and gold, wrap up warm and explore everything nature has to offer. Spot colourful toadstools in the most curious of places, collect conkers on the forest trails and spy red squirrels foraging for food. Find out everything you need to know about visiting Florence Court with the kids - from hiring bikes or borrowing the free balance bikes to getting active in the natural play area and enjoying treats in the tearoom.
Florence Court is a one pawprint rated place. Dogs are welcome at Florence Court. Stride out through acres of parkland and historic woodland. Your dog will find plenty of opportunities for bounding, jumping, sniffing and splashing through the estate.
New for 2023. Book an overnight stay in Rose Cottage. This red-brick Victorian cottage sits in heart of the Florence Court Kitchen Garden. It was once the head gardener’s cottage, and after hours, when all the other visitors have gone home for the day, walk in their footsteps as you have the gardens and pleasure grounds to yourself. Take a look inside.
Find out how we’re restoring the Kitchen Garden to its former 1930s glory at Florence Court and bringing communities together in the garden, thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
The National Trust is for everyone, and at Florence Court our team have been working hard to improve accessibility across the estate to enable more visitors to enjoy and explore this special place.
Visit Florence Court with your group and enjoy a guided tour, or explore at your leisure. Discover what it is on offer and how to book your visit here.