Newark Park - National Trust

Newark Park - National Trust
GL12 7PZ




01453 842644


01453 842644

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This unusual and atmospheric property was built c.1550 as a hunting lodge and added to in the 1790s. It stands high on the edge of a 40-ft cliff with outstanding views.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours


Admission charges

Adult: £6.20
Child: £3.20
Family: £15.80
Group: £6.10

Collection details


Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Wild Gloucestershire by Steve Roberts

  • 5 March — 20 April 2014 *on now

Be inspired before taking one of our three way marked estate walks, or a gentle stroll through our woodland garden.


Normal admission charges apply

Stroud International Textiles

  • 23 April — 8 June 2014

In 2014 Newark park will host the well known Stroud International Textile exhibtion. Showcasing the qualities of textile, this interesting and inspiring exhibition will take place throughout the house at Newark Park as textile becomes art.


Normal admission charges apply

Exhibition: Silver and Thread

  • 11 June — 27 July 2014

Inspired by their exploration of the house and grounds, the work reflects the spirit of Newark Park with delightful detail and observations made over the course of a year.


Normal admission charges apply

Exhibition: WWI

  • 30 July — 28 September 2014

Visit Newark and learn about our WWI connections from a soldier killed by the Red Baron to a Commandant in charge of operations at the VAD Hospital. Their connections to art bring to life this front line view of war.


Normal admission charges apply