Easter is a busy time to see the Spring bulbs in the gardens and new life emerging at Home Farm.
We've plenty to inspire you to get active at our special place. From cycling to Nordic Walking and Parkruns, there's no excuse to stay indoors.
Get outdoors in the fresh air and start walking your way around Wimpole.
Take a leisurely stroll across Wimpole Estate and through the woodland belts where you'll discover a few rustic thrones overlooking some glorious views. The giant chairs have all been made by our Forestry team from oak trees grown on the Estate.
Enjoy a walk that starts at Wimpole's stable-block and takes you on an exploration of one of the largest estates in Cambridgeshire, taking in some of it's key features.
Wimpole's Shire horses, each with their own personalities, are a favourite amongst our volunteers and visitors.
Help us look after the magnificent Wimpole Shires by donating to our sponsorship scheme.
Wimpole Estate in Cambridgeshire is planning to update the Stabling and heavy horse area at Wimpole Home Farm, find out more here.
Wimpole Estate's Shire Horse Queenie
Wimpole Estate's Shire Horse Lady
Wimpole Estate's Shire Horse Murphy
Wimpole Estate's Shire Horse Harry
Wimpole Estate's Shire Horse Jasper
At Wimpole you can take a Shire horse carriage ride or learn to harness and drive one of these gentle giants.
Get outdoors and see the changing seasons with sharp winter frosts and the first glimpse in the gardens of snowdrops and aconites.
After all the eating, drinking and merrymaking, it’s the perfect time to get out with family and have some fresh air, so grab your walking boots and go for a walk at Wimpole.
This walk is a great way to explore Wimpole's farmland and learn more about the working estate, grazing pastures and some of its animals.