With miles of woodland trails and a garden overlooking the water, Dudmaston is a great place for families to spend time together in nature.
Comer Woods, on the Dudmaston Estate, is just 1.5 miles from Dudmaston’s main entrance. The 3.5km Explorer trail is a great route for families and less confident cyclists to ride together in beautiful, traffic-free surroundings.
Alexandra Blakeman, Marketing and Events Officer at Dudmaston said: “Nature provides so many wonderful materials for play at this time of year. Use our suggestions, together with your imagination, to create your own autumn adventures.
Go for a run or a bike ride in the woods or slow it down and simply enjoy being together in nature. There are plenty of places on the estate to play, pause and take a well-earned breather.”
The park, garden, galleries and tea-room are open at Dudmaston. To visit during Half term booking entry tickets in advance via nationaltrust.org.uk/dudmaston or by calling the central box office on 03442 2491895 is recommended.
Tickets to visit during Half term (25 Oct-1 Nov) will be released this Friday 23 October.
To visit the galleries, collect your timed ticket from reception when you arrive. Gallery tickets are allocated on a first come, first served basis and they cannot be booked in advance.
Countryside car parks and woodland trails in Comer Woods, Hampton Loade and the Sawmill are open every day. Car parking is free for National Trust members and there is no need to book your visit here.
Toilets, hand washing facilities and sanitiser are available on site. You will need to wear a face covering in all indoor spaces across the property, please bring one with you.
pic thanks to Chris Lacey