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Group Bookings at Dudmaston

Visitors walk to the clocktower
Visitors enjoy their day out at Dudmaston Hall. | © Rob Stothard

Delightful wooded parkland, tranquil gardens, modern art galleries and a traditional house with a fascinating history; Dudmaston is a treasure, with something for everyone. Find out all you need to know about visiting Dudmaston Hall with your group.

Dudmaston Hall

Comprising a beautiful family home, galleries showing some of the best of British modern art, sweeping gardens and enchanted wooded parkland, Dudmaston has so much to offer.

We welcome group visits from mid-March to October, Sunday to Thursday, not including bank holiday weekends. Please note: the Hall reopens in April and closes at the end of September. We ask that groups arrive at least half an hour after opening time.

In order to ensure we provide the best possible experience for you and your group we ask that all coach trips and groups book in advance, at least a week before their visit, by filling in a group booking form and returning it to


Groups of 10 people or more receive a 5% discount on entry.

Members must bring their current membership cards with them to avoid paying the full group rate. If any of your group would like to join the National Trust please direct them to our Membership page or call 0344 800 1895


Book a tour for your group and show them the best of Dudmaston Hall. Choose from the following tours on the group booking form:

  • Art Tour: enjoy an in-depth view of the galleries which house Modern, Spanish and Botanical art collections. Highlights include works by Hepworth, Moore and Matisse.
  • House Tour: learn more about the fascinating history of Dudmaston Hall, a much-loved home for over 875 years.
  • Garden Tour: take a guided stroll around the grounds. Admire the outdoor sculptures, the terraced garden overlooking the water and get inspiration from the thoughtful planting.

From above, a group of people stand at the base of a grand staircase.
A group enjoys a house tour of Dudmaston Hall. | © Chris Lacey

Food and drink

The Orchard Tea-room serves light lunches, cakes and drinks for all to enjoy. Please note that indoor seating is limited but there is plenty of seating under our apples trees in the Orchard. Second-hand bookshops

Visit our second-hand bookshops in the Brewhouse or Stable Courtyards. Browse the selection of pre-loved books and pick up something for yourself or a friend. Maybe you'll find your next favourite novel or learn something from the range of non-fiction we have available?


We have an all-terrain Powered Mobility Vehicle (PMV/Tramper) which can be borrowed for your visit, just let us know on the booking form.

There are accessible toilets in the Orchard and a Changing Places Toilet near the visitor entrance.

If a group member needs to bring a carer or an essential companion on the visit, you can apply for an essential companion card through the National Trust free of charge. Access for everyone | National Trust


The car park at Dudmaston Hall has space for one coach. On arrival, follow the drive towards the hall and signs for parking, a member of the welcome team will greet you and guide you to the parking space.

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