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Step into the past at Shugborough, the UK's only Complete Working Historic Estate. Costumed characters bring your visit to life, taking you on a journey 'upstairs and downstairs' of a large country estate. Features Mansion House, Servants' Quarters...more
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Main house was closed but we knew this before we arrived. Farmhouse open to view and Park Cafe. We wanted to go for a walk with our dog and there are plenty of routes to follow. Nice grounds which were being tended when we were...More
We visited Shugborough Estate on a Saturday. The house wasn’t open as I think it closes in the winter months. We had a lovely walk around the estate. There was also a trail for the kids to follow. There is also an outdoor play area...More
We parked up in the dedicated car park. Walked to the farm, which was lacking animals. Disappointed with that as I know in the summer there's alot going on. The buildings were open which was good but the farm generally was really quiet. With both...More
Shugborough is a stunning location and is very well looked after my The National Trust, who present the history of the estate to a high standard.
The staff are extremely helpful and are very knowledgable and ensure children don’t get bored!
The gardens are very...More
We travelled from the North and we thought we had an hour to look round the house, closing at 4pm. We were told it was shutting in a few minutes at 3pm, but thanks to the kindness of staff we were able to ride in...More
Arrived at shugborough and parked easily. Had a lovely walk through the grounds and farmhouse. Main house closed. The estate looks run down but on the way up. Weather was freezing so we stopped at the mansion tearooms. We sat in an outside cover area...More
This was our first visit and we chose Christmas. The decorations were beautiful and some of the nicest we've seen this year. Very informative displays about the family who owned the house and the room guides were helpful but not overbearing.
Not all the rooms...More
If you are a member and don't live too far away it is probably worth visiting. I found it a a little disappointing there are quite a few Christmas trees to admire and some of the fireplaces were decorated but that was it, the banisters...More
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Hi Mark! Unfortunately I didn’t manage to get a picture of the menu in the two tea rooms/ cafes. Another thing to think about when going into the tea rooms their menus are created on a seasonal basis and may differ from... More
Hi Mark! Unfortunately I didn’t manage to get a picture of the menu in the two tea rooms/ cafes. Another thing to think about when going into the tea rooms their menus are created on a seasonal basis and may differ from season to season.