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Family-friendly things to do at Fyne Court

Family exploring Fyne Court
Family exploring Fyne Court | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

There's plenty for families to enjoy at Fyne Court. From den building to splashing in streams, discover how you can make the most of your next visit.

Spring adventures

Fyne Court is a brilliant place to explore in spring. Follow one of our trails around the woodland and meadows and see if you can spot the first blooms of the season.

Den building and splashing in streams

With den building stations dotted around the woodland, have a go at making your own cosy home. Pull on your wellies and paddle in Fyne's many streams. Discover our bug hotels and add more materials to make them extra snug.

Spring colour: Family half-term trail

25 May - 2 June
10am - 3pm

Follow Betsy the Bee on our trail around Fyne’s woodland and fill in your nature colour wheel. Collect a special wooden badge at the end of your adventures.

£1 per trail (normal car park fee applies - free for National Trust members).

A close crop of a boy's hands in which he is holding a medium-sized newt and a jar

School visits to Fyne Court 

Fyne Court is an ideal location for school visits. Children can gain hands-on experience of outdoor activities like bug hunting, bird spotting and den building.

A large tree with yellowing autumn leaves, next to a pyramid-shaped den made of branches leaned against each other

Things to do at Fyne Court 

Fyne Court is a haven for wildlife in spring, with clues to its past life as an Arcadian garden. You can also explore the Quantock Hills, with enjoyable walks and captivating views.