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Enjoyed a pleasant walk through the orchard to the play area, which is undergoing work at present (no slide; youngest devastated!) and makes great use of natural materials. The kids loved running around the tunnels especially. We then wandered through the walled garden before enjoying...More
Visited on a sunny spring day in March. Ample car parking and a warm welcome. Deciding to walk the grounds first, map in hand, which we thoroughly enjoyed. The walled gardens were very pleasant and we enjoyed playing in the tunnels in the kids play...More
We went for family day out, mom, dad, daughters 12 & 5 years for the Easter egg hunt, walk around the grounds was great though went on for miles so yongests legs couldn’t do it, but that was after she had played on the massive...More
When you just want to get away from the hustle and bustle then Attingham Park is the place to go as always. Despite it being Easter Week with all the school kids on holiday and therefore getting quite busy, once you venture on one of...More
We called in by chance as we were in the area, and ended up staying most of the day. It was very busy as we arrived as there was an Easter egg hunt going on, but the grounds are so big everyone just spreads out....More
I absolutely love Attingham, it's my go to chill out park. I highly reccomend it to anyone visiting with children as it's a great chilled attraction for all the family. Have been visiting their for many years and the Deer Park is very sweet and...More
We spent three days on a mini break in Oswestry to visit some National Trust venues.
The Mansion is very impressive both inside and out. Five generations of the Berwick family lived here.
There are stables and Pleasure Grounds and a working walled garden. The...More