Perfect for a day out with friends and family, Dyrham Park in Gloucestershire is just 16 miles from Bristol and 8 miles from Bath. Whether you want to marvel at the grand Baroque mansion, exploring its lavish interiors or enjoy a walk in the pretty garden and rolling parkland there’s lots to explore.
Built in the 17 century when all things Dutch were vogue, the house is a time-capsule crammed with fine furnishings, paintings and iconic blue and white Delftware pottery. Take a trip below the stairs and see just what life was like for the servants running this grand mansion.
Make the most of sun shine with a stroll through the formal gardens or a picnic in the parkland, there’s over 200 acres to explore. Take in the spectacular sweeping views towards Bristol and enjoy getting close to wildlife, including the deer herd- every Thursday afternoon in August families can join a free guided nature trail.
13th March - 31st October: 11am - 5pm (closed Wed, Thurs)
Garden, Shop, Tea Room
5th July - 29th August: open everyday 11am - 5pm
30th August - 31st October: 11am - 5pm (closed Wed, Thurs)
6th November - 19th December: Open 10 weekends only: 11am - 4pm
National Trust members and under 5s: FREE
- Toilet WC
- Picnic site
- Car parking
- Baby changing area