Dyrham Park is a beautiful and historic place located 20 minute drive north of Bath. It is known for its stunning 17th-century mansion, picturesque gardens, and expansive deer park. The house, gardens and grounds are open to the public. Dyrham Park is cared for by the National Trust.
The house, home of William Blathwayt, is a Baroque mansion on 270 acres of ancient parkland. The parkland offers breathtaking views and a chance to see the freely roaming historic herd of fallow deer. In the mansion the fascinating interiors date back 300 years and include a rich collection of artefacts, from superb Dutch art to ceramics of the period.
Guided walks of the park and gardens are available and a shuttle bus service, from the carpark to the house, is available too. Feel free to explore the parkland on your own and the Old Lodge can used for family picnics and play. The gardens host seasonal events like performances of Shakespeare and jazz evenings.
Dyrham Park provides a great outing for families. Children can enjoy running and playing in the wide-open spaces, spotting deer, and exploring the gardens while adults can appreciate the historical and natural aspects of the park.
The park surrounding Dyrham Park covers around 270 acres and is home to a large herd of fallow deer. Visitors can enjoy leisurely walks, picnics, and wildlife spotting in the beautiful gardens and parkland.
Dyrham Park 's mansion boasts remarkable architecture and interior design from the late 17th century. You will appreciate exploring the house which provides insights into the lifestyle of the era.
Dyrham Park 's gardens are a blend of formal and informal designs, featuring herbaceous borders, topiary, and sweeping vistas. Garden lovers can enjoy the tranquility and beauty of the various garden areas.
The mansion at Dyrham Park showcases exquisite Baroque architecture, including ornate details, grand rooms, and beautiful gardens. Those with an interest in architecture will find plenty to appreciate and explore.
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Adult £17, children £8.50, family £42.50.
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