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Vibrant red tulips

Discover Wallington, much-loved home to generations of the unconventional Trevelyan family.

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Things to see and do

Be active, have fun!

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What's on

Upcoming events

Woodland guided walk

Wed 22 May 2019
11:30-12:30
Join our volunteer ranger for a walk around the woodland at Wallington.

Go with the flow - May half term

Sat 25 May 2019
11:00-15:00
Make the most of May half term with a trip to Wallington to join in the late spring fun. Take part in the watery-themed activities!

Let's get cycle confident programme

Sun 26 May 2019
09:15-10:45
Launching this spring, sign up for the Let's get cycle confident programme and get yourself on two wheels and getting active in the great outdoors.

Mini-raft building

Tue 28 May 2019
12:30-15:30
Build your own mini-raft with our rangers this half term then set it off on its maiden voyage and see how well it floats.

Duck race

Thu 30 May 2019
12:30-13:00
It's duck race time down on the river Wansbeck!

In these four walls - Serenades and sunsets

Sat 01 Jun 2019
18:30-20:30
Make the most of the summer evenings by exploring the walled garden during late opening. Roll out a blanket, unpack a picnic and find the perfect spot to enjoy live music.
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Wildlife

Red Squirrel at the wildlife hide

Wildlife at Wallington 

There's plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife at Wallington. See red squirrels in action and watch birds on the feeders from our wildlife hide. Find out about the important conservation work we do to look after the many species that live here.

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Eating and shopping

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Our work

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History

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Places to stay

Holiday at Wallington

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Join or give

A large tree in leaf at Wallington, Northumberland

Help us continue our work 

Buy a gift that will last centuries as part of our conservation work to replant our estate to it's former glory.

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Art and collections

Our collections

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