Opening times for 8 December 2023
Asset Opening time House | Tŷ 11:30 - 14:30 Car park | Maes parcio 08:00 - 17:00 Garden | Gardd 10:00 - 16:00 Parkland | Parcdir Dawn - Dusk Restaurant | Bwyty Closed Shop | Siop 10:00 - 16:00 Natural play area | Maes chwarae naturiol Closed
From December 2 until January 7 follow the Christmas route through the house which will include the lower ground floor and some family rooms. On December 18, 19, 20 and 21 we are extending the opening hours of the house. It will be open from 11.30am-2.30pm and will reopen at 3.30pm with the last entry at 6.30pm. On Friday, December 8, the Hayloft restaurant will be closed all day. The parlour will still be open serving sandwiches, cakes and refreshments.| Rhwng 2 Rhagfyr a 7 Ionawr dilynwch y llwybr Nadolig drwy’r tŷ, a fydd yn cynnwys y llawr gwaelod isaf a rhai ystafelloedd teuluol. Ar 18, 19, 20 a 21 Rhagfyr, byddwn yn ymestyn oriau agor y tŷ. Bydd ar agor o 11.30am-2.30pm ac yn ailagor am 3.30pm, gyda mynediad olaf am 6.30pm. Ar ddydd Gwener 8 Rhagfyr, bydd bwyty Hayloft ar gau drwy’r dydd. Bydd y parlwr ar agor ac yn gweini brechdanau, cacennau a lluniaeth.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Garden | Gardd
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £10.50 £9.50 Child £5.30 £4.75 Family £26.20 £23.75
Whole property | Eiddo cyfan
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £13.20 £12.00 Child £6.60 £6.00 Family £33.00 £30.00
Outdoor tours run daily in March to October and weekends only in November. Note: we rely on availability of volunteers, therefore tours may not run every day.
Parking for blue badge holders and drop-off point. Accessible toilets. Restaurant accessible via lift. Ground floor of house accessible. Wheelchairs available for loan.
Accessible route and/or map
Level access to food outlet
We have a lift which provides access to Hayloft Restaurant in which there is level access.
There is a level access in the Ticket Office, shop and largely throughout the garden, with the exception of two small sets of steps. There are cobbles within the Midden Yard and Stables Courtyard. Inside the house there are four floors, however only the lower ground floor is fully accessible with level stone floors.
Our postcode isn't always recognised by Sat Navs and navigation apps. Instead, we recommend you follow the brown signs on the A525 Whitchurch Road or the A483. These will direct you to leave at junction 3 through Rhostyllen, then later turning right at Felin Puleston on Hafod Road. | Nid yw systemau Sat Nav nac apiau mordwyo yn adnabod ein cod post bob amser. Yn lle hynny, rydym ni’n argymell eich bod chi’n dilyn yr arwyddion brown ar yr A525 Whitchurch Road neu'r A483. Bydd y rhain yn eich cyfeirio i adael ar gyffordd 3 trwy Rhostyllen, ac yna troi i'r dde yn Felin Puleston ar Ffordd Hafod.
Parking: Our new all-weather car park is free and 200 yards from the main entrance. | Mae ein maes parcio pob tywydd newydd yn rhad ac am ddim a 200 llath o'r brif fynedfa.
Get off at one of the nearest stations; Wrexham Central (1.7 mile walk) or Wrexham General (1.9 mile walk). Walk via footpath on Erddig Road. | Dewch i ffwrdd yn un o'r gorsafoedd agosaf; Wrecsam Canolog (taith gerdded 1.7 milltir) neu Wrecsam Cyffredinol (taith gerdded 1.9 milltir). Cerddwch ar hyd llwybr troed ar Ffordd Erddig.
There are several Arriva Bus routes you can use; Route 2 from Oswestry and through Cefn Mawr to Wrexham; Route 4 from Penycae; and Route 5 from Llangollen. Stop at Felin Puleston, Rhostyllen and walk 1 mile through Erddig Country Park. Walking boots recommended on wet weather days. Check timetables at www.arrivabus.co.uk. | Mae sawl llwybr bws Arriva y gallwch chi eu defnyddio; Llwybr 2 o Groesoswallt a thrwy Gefn Mawr i Wrecsam; Llwybr 4 o Benycae; a Llwybr 5 o Langollen. Dewch oddi ar y bws yn Felin Puleston, Rhostyllen a cherddwch filltir trwy Barc Gwledig Erddig. Argymhellir esgidiau cerdded ar ddiwrnodau gwlyb. Gallwch edrych ar yr amserlenni ar www.arrivabus.co.uk.
Erddig is a two pawprint rated place. Erddig offers plenty of opportunities for bounding, jumping, sniffing and splashing for dogs. Find out about our off-lead zone and restricted access which might affect your plans.
Everything you need to know about booking a group visit to the house, garden and parkland.
Take a look at the map of Erddig to help plan your visit.
Erddig Hall, a late 17th-century country house saved from dereliction in the 1970s.
Restored formal 18th-century Grade I listed walled garden with dutch influence.
Rare survivors of the working estate which includes unique and historic Joiners' Workshop, Smithy, Sawmill and Stables.
1,200 acre estate of beautiful meadows, lakes, ponds, rivers, veteran trees and woodland and home to a range of habitats. The parkland is open and free to access with a number of waymarked walks for all to enjoy.
Wolf's Den natural play area
Large, wooded play area, nestled in Big Wood with rope swing, stepping logs and den-building area.
Hayloft Restaurant serves hot and cold food and drink, ice creams, cakes, and afternoon tea to sit in or take away. Our parlour and tea garden are open during peak periods.
Browse unique gifts, homeware, accessories and toys, as well as local products and plants. Our second-hand bookshop is stocked full of pre-loved books.
Keep everyone entertained with a fun family day out at Erddig, with acres of parkland, natural play area and seasonal activities.
From daffodils in spring to 180 apple varieties in autumn, find out about this 18th-century walled garden and its seasonal activities and highlights.
Saved from ruin, Erddig is a rare survivor teeming with treasures. From servants’ portraits to fine furnishings, discover the top things to see and do when you visit the house.
Discover the top things to see and do when you visit the parkland. From meandering rivers and an 18th-century water feature to the dramatic escarpment leading to Wat’s Dyke.
Explore a gentle stroll around the parkland at Erddig on this circular walk. Wander through woodland and discover the ancient remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle as you join the historic and mysterious Wat’s Dyke way.
A circular waymarked walk around Erddig's estate, along the River Clywedog, past an 18th-century water feature, castle remains and historic defensive earthworks.
Enjoy a waymarked trail through Erddig's 1,200-acre estate in Wrexham, taking you past the historic Cup and Saucer water feature.
Check out the places to eat and shop at Erddig. Most are set within historic outbuildings and every purchase helps us to look after Erddig for future generations to enjoy.
At the top of Offa’s Dyke this 1930s villa is in a great spot for exploring nearby Chirk Castle.
Explore the grounds of a 700 year-old castle when you stay in this traditional Welsh cottage.
Sitting on a dramatic escarpment above the winding Clywedog river, Erddig tells the 250-year story of a gentry family’s relationship with its servants.
A large collection of servants’ portraits and carefully preserved rooms capture their lives in the early 20th century, while upstairs is a treasure trove of fine furniture, textiles and wallpapers. Outdoors lies a fully restored 18th-century garden, with trained fruit trees, exuberant annual herbaceous borders, avenues of pleached limes, formal hedges and a nationally important collection of ivies.
The 486-hectare (1,200-acre) landscape pleasure park, designed by William Emes, is a haven of peace and natural beauty, perfect for riverside picnics. Discover the ‘cup and saucer’ cylindrical cascade or explore the earthworks of a Norman motte-and-bailey castle. A walk through the estate spans the earliest origins of Wrexham to the technology of an 18th-century designed landscape. All around, tenant farmers continue the work of generations.
Erddig is a place where old memories are found and new memories are made. 'Where fragrance, peace and beauty reign, Farewell! But welcome here again.' - Philip Yorke II
Find out about the High Sheriff who lived beyond his means when he built Erddig, the rich London lawyer who extended and redecorated it and 240 years of the Yorke family.
Why did the Yorkes remember their staff in pictures and poems? Discover a day in the servants’ lives at Erddig and learn why a housekeeper ended up in court.
Discover how Head Gardener Mike Snowden uncovered and restored the former glory of Erddig’s garden, by consulting plans and reading clues in the land.
Erddig’s Chinese State Bed was once a place reserved for the home’s most privileged guests. Erddig’s restoration and conservation project provides visitors the rare opportunity to see its exquisite detail, that only those lucky enough to sleep in the bed would have experienced.
Erddig has the second largest collection of items in the whole of the National Trust. With a total of 30,000 to care for, it's no mean feat for the house team of conservators and volunteers. We’re an accredited museum too.
Learn more about our artist in residence, Jenny Cashmore, who explored how creatively connecting with nature can support our wellbeing.
We're proud to be the location of one of Wales’ new commemorative woodlands that will stand as living memorials to those who have sadly lost their lives during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Find out why keeping Erddig in the dark is one of the most important ways to protect the rooms and furnishings.
The annual task of pleaching a 168 lime trees at Erddig, North Wales is underway and estimated to take a total of 65,000 snips for a small team of staff and volunteers to complete, ready for them to burst into leaf by mid-May.
National Trust Cymru share design of Commemorative Woodland at Erddig and invite people to help plant trees
National Trust Cymru have shared the final design of one of Wales’ new commemorative woodlands at Erddig near Wrexham. People are being invited to help plant trees at the woodland which will be a living memorial to those who have sadly lost their lives during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
His Majesty The King and the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford plant Pontfadog Oak sapling at Erddig
His Majesty The King visited Erddig in Wrexham today, along with the First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, to plant a rare oak sapling in memory of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.