Wallington mansion with sheep

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


Things to see and do

Upcoming events

Tall Tales Tree Trail

Sun 19 Feb 2017
Follow the Tall Tales Tree Trail through the east wood. Discover the impressive and unusual trees that grow here, keeping an eye out for the fairy-tale cast of characters who'll show you the way.

Snowdrop Planting Week

Sun 19 Feb 2017
Come and help us plant 100,000 snowdrop bulbs during February half term. This is the year three of our mass planting, so come back and admire the work so far and help to make the snowdrop walk even more spectacular. Our gardening team will be...

Try your hand at .............

Sun 19 Feb 2017
Step inside the House for some fun and games and get 'hands-on' to discover how we care for this much loved home of the Trevelyans.

Woodland Guided Walk

Wed 01 Mar 2017
Join our volunteer ranger for a walk around the woodland at Wallington and discover some of its rich history and wildlife.

Ranger Walk: Rothley Lake

Tue 07 Mar 2017
Join us for an exclusive tour of Rothley Lake and discover the wonderful wildlife that lives in this hidden site. Rothley Lake was originally designed by 'Capability' Brown to be a fishing lake but is now one of the top spots for wildlife on the...

Broomhouse Farm Event: Lambing Shed Live!

Sat 18 Mar 2017
Take a scenic tractor trailer ride to Broomhouse Farm where you will get a close-up experience of lambing on a working farm. Enjoy a guided tour of the lambing shed and help to bottle feed the lambs, you might even see a lamb being born!...

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Our work



Portrait of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown by Nathaniel Dance

Discover the 'Capability' Brown connection  

This year we're marking the 300th anniversary of the birth of local boy Lancelot 'Capability' Brown and exploring his connection to the Wallington estate.




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.