The front door of the House at Weston conceals a world of fascinating and internationally significant treasures. From French Gobelin tapestries to Oriental ceramic works of art, furniture my royal makers Morel and Hughes and iconic paintings of old masters such as Van Dyck, Stubbs, Gainsborough, Constable; Weston has one of the greatest English country house collections.
Weston Park hosts a calendar of events in the House, Stables and Park throughout the year including the V Festial, Horse Trials, Park Walks, outdoor performances and fine dining occassions in the House to name but a few. There is also plenty to do for children, with the Woodland Adventure Playground, Miniature Railway, courtyard games and developing Yew Hedge Maze.
All year round the free-entry Granary Art Gallery hosts a feast of changing contemporary art exhibitions together with occasional loan exhibitions, not to mention our annual Graduate Show (January) and the Whittingham Riddell National Fine Art Open (August)
The Weston Park Foundation is charged with conserving Weston Park for future generations and is committed to lifelong learning; to that aim our programme of events include, walks, talks, guided tours, and historical lectures to special interest groups.
Gallery, Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site
House, Park & Gardens:
Saturday 24th May- Sunday 7th September
House closed on Saturdays
Park & Gardens: 10.30am-6.00pm (last admission 4.30pm)
House: 1.00pm-5.00pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Walled Garden: Open all year round and is free to enter outside of the published opening dates above
Granary Art Gallery: Open daily from 11.00am-4.00pm all year round
Granary Deli and Café: Open daily (closed Mondays)
Granary Grill: Open daily for lunch and dinner (dinner served Wednesday-Saturday inc.)
Please note that the House, Park & Gardens will be closed between Wednesday 13th and Wednesday 20th August inclusively.
Park & Gardens:
Senior Citizens £5.00
Children (4-14 yrs) £3.50
House, Park & Gardens:
Senior Citizens £7.50
Children (4-14 yrs) £6.00
House, Park & Gardens £23.00
(2 adults & up to 3 children or 1 adult & up to 4 children)
25% Discount for Art Fund members
The Great Estate and the Great War
- 1 July — 31 December 2014 *on now
The 2014 exhibition focuses on the area close to Weston Park and includes the three sons of the 4th Earl of Bradford who all found themselves involved in the conflict and one of whom, Commander the Hon. R.O.B.Bridgeman R.N. who was not to return. In addition to the family at the big house, the lives of estate staff and tenants are considered, including Thomas Wynn who fought for the Kings Shropshire Light Infantry and died aged just eighteen, and also A/CT Sergeant John Gornall who served with the KSLI and returned to Weston under Lizard where he became the village blacksmith. Photographs and medals bring the stories vividly to life and bring a very human and personal side to this international conflict.
- Family friendly
The Granary Art Gallery