Opening times for 30 November 2023
Asset Opening time House Closed Galleries Closed Garden Closed Park Closed Second-hand bookshop Closed Tea-room Closed Comer Wood car park 08:00 - 16:00 Café in Comer Woods 10:00 - 14:30 Old Sawmill car park 08:00 - 16:00 Hampton Loade car park 08:00 - 16:00MTWTFSS3031123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930123
Non-member countryside car parks
Ticket type Gift aid Standard All day parking for non members £5.00
Non-member admission to Dudmaston
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £6.10 £5.50 Child £3.10 £2.75 Family £15.20 £13.75 One adult family £9.20 £8.25
Assistance dogs only
Assistance dogs only in the house, galleries and gardens.
Dogs are not allowed into the garden at Dudmaston but are welcome in all other outdoor areas at the property.
The second hand bookshop is located in the Stable Courtyard at Dudmaston Hall.
'A Cocktail of Art' tour of the Galleries and garden tours take place on days when volunteer guides are available. Ask at reception on arrival.
The main car park at Dudmaston Hall is open during property opening hours. Parking is free, admission to the property applies to non-members. Countryside car parks in Comer Woods, Hampton Loade and the Sawmill are open everyday, all year round. Parking charges apply to non-members.
Orchard Tea-room at Dudmaston Hall.
Takeaway food and drink is available from the Café in Comer Woods.
Toilets are available at Dudmaston Hall and in Comer Woods.
Mobility parking at Dudmaston Hall. PMV hire and accessible toilets available. Deep water and steep slopes on countryside trails.
Accessible route and/or map
Level access to food outlet
Accessible toilets are available at Dudmaston Hall and Comer Woods.
Powered mobility vehicle available
An off road mobility vehicle (Tramper) is available at Dudmaston Hall and Comer Woods. To pre-book email firstname.lastname@example.org, at least 24 hours before your visit. Include your name, date and time of your visit. The user must only use the Tramper on the Morfe and Explorer Trails and will be provided with the Tramper route map.
Designated parking available at Dudmaston Hall.
The Dudmaston estate extends either side of the A442 between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster.
Parking: Our countryside car parks in Comer Woods (WV15 6QJ), Hampton Loade (WV15 6HD) and the Sawmill (WV15 6QW) are open every day, all year round. For the Sawmill car park, take the lane opposite the main entrance for Dudmaston Hall, pass The Holt and the car park will be on your right. Parking is free for National Trust members. When open, free parking is available at Dudmaston Hall (WV15 6QN). Please scan your membership card at Visitor Reception (admission applies for non-members).
The 297 Arriva bus service runs every 2 hours (approximately) between Bridgnorth and Kidderminster. There are a number of bus stops along the A442 which are convenient for visiting the estate. There is no bus service on Sundays.
Dudmaston is a two pawprint rated place. It offers plenty of opportunities for bounding, jumping and sniffing for dogs. With acres to explore, come and join us for a wander with your four-legged friend.
Access more of the park and woodland at Dudmaston by pre-booking an all-terrain mobility tramper. Find out what other access provisions are in place to help you enjoy your visit.
Take a look at the map to help plan your visit to Dudmaston
A much-loved and lived-in family home at the heart of this working, Shropshire estate.
The galleries house Modern, Spanish, Botanical art collections and temporary exhibitions. Highlights include works by Hepworth, Moore and Matisse.
Terraced garden overlooking the water, featuring outdoor sculptures by artists Anthony Twentyman and Antony Robinson.
Park and Dingle
Traditional parkland and Picturesque woodland Dingle with bridges and stepping stones crossing the brook.
Orchard Tea-room at Dudmaston serves light lunches, cakes and drinks. For takeaway refreshments, visit the Café in Comer Woods.
Family playground at Dudmaston and agility trail near Heath Meadow in Comer Woods.
Woodland and farmland
Woodland and riverside walks from car parks in Comer Woods, Hampton Loade and the Sawmill.
Bookshops in the Brewhouse and Stable Courtyards selling a selection of second-hand titles in the Stable Courtyard.
Every other Tuesday, join us on a gentle guided walk around Comer Woods. Everyone is welcome. Whether you're looking to meet new people or take part in light exercise, this walking group is suitable for all ages and abilities.
This Christmas we invite you to spend time together wandering through the woodland, spotting the trees decorated by local community groups. Around the barn, we offer festive treats from the café, family games and seasonal songs from local choirs and groups.
Discover what family-friendly activities are on offer at Dudmaston. From bike rides to natural play, there are plenty of things to keep everyone busy.
Get away from it all and enjoy a little peace and tranquility in the garden complete with views as far as the eye can see and a love of art that seeps through.
A much-loved home and country mansion where traditional rooms contrast with contemporary galleries displaying British Modern Art including works by Moore, Matisse and Hepworth.
Whether it’s family walks in the woodland or getting outdoors on a bike ride through Comer Wood, discover the best ways to explore the estate at Dudmaston.
Get outdoors with the family and use the explorer trail to access woodlands and nature. Enjoy walks, cycling and running or let your little ones build a den in the woods.
Take this circular walk exploring the woodland around Dudmaston's wider estate. This mixed-surface route is suitable for walkers and cyclists.
Enjoy this relaxing 1.5 mile stroll through the woodland at Dudmaston Estate. Perfect for spotting White Admiral butterflies in high summer.
Follow the orange waymarkers on this three-mile walk deep into the heart of the woodland. Pass ancient trees, tall conifers and brimming pools.
Simple group accommodation that’s a short five-mile drive to Bridgnorth and within easy distance of the Shropshire Hills.
Sitting on the Dudmaston estate, this cosy cottage has countryside views and even a cave in the garden.
In a secluded spot in the Shropshire countryside, this unique holiday cottage is perfect for family and friends to gather and enjoy.
Wander through the woodland and look out for trees decorated by local community groups. Head to Heath Barn for refreshments, family games and write a wish to hang on the wishing tree. Local choirs and music groups will perform on selected days.
FREE EVENT. Meet new friends or just enjoy spending time in nature on a guided walk around Comer Woods. It's free to take part and there is no parking charge for Walk With Us participants.
Enchanted wooded parkland, sweeping gardens and a house with a surprise, Dudmaston is something unexpected in the Shropshire countryside. A much loved home for over 875 years you will find the family rooms scattered with photos and perhaps an odd pair of shoes or two peeping out from under a table. The unexpected galleries create a total contrast, with their formal, crisp lines. They were designed by the last owner, Rachel, Lady Labouchere, to house her and her husband’s differing modern and traditional collections of art for the visitor to peruse.
The gardens provide amazing vistas and tranquillity while the orchard is the perfect place to relax and for the children to let off steam. For more stunning views and getting up close to nature head to Big Pool and Dingle woods, while the wider estate provides extensive walking routes for year round enjoyment.
Dudmaston Hall is the family home of Mr and Mrs Mark Hamilton-Russell.
Find out how we’re improving biodiversity in the woodland and wildflower meadows in our care, whilst contributing to greener renewable energy using a biomass boiler.
Sandscapes is a nature recovery project which aims to restore and reconnect areas of sandy habitats across the three counties of Shropshire, Staffordshire and Worcestershire.