Tyntesfield - National Trust

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See the spectacular Victorian Gothic house and chapel scaffolding free after extensive repairs and restoration works. Inside discover a family home lived in by four generations of the Gibbs family, all making their mark and never throwing anything away. Follow the family’s rise and decline, and find out why the National Trust saved Tyntesfield in 2002 and how they are bringing it back to life.

Be inspired by a garden full of character and variety. Explore the formal garden with its sweeping lawns and flower filled terraces. Discover the romantic Rose Garden with its maze-like beds and enchanting gazeboes. Or, pick up ideas for growing-your-own and take home mouth-watering produce in the Kitchen Garden.

Expand your horizons and get out and about on Tyntesfield’s historic estate. Walk into wild woodland landscapes and let the views take your breath away. Go exploring and seek out the estate buildings, from stables to summerhouses our places are full of history and intrigue.

Spend time exploring the brand new visitor centre, Home Farm. The original Grade II* Victorian model farm buildings have been converted into a restaurant and café full of tasty seasonal food and a shop selling local gifts and crafts. From April enjoy the farm themed play area, second-hand book shop, garden shop and Focus on the Wild, the interactive wildlife discovery hub. Open seven days a week it’s free to enjoy all year round.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Garden, parklands or rural site

Opening hours

Please check the National Trust website before visiting.

Admission charges

Members free
Adult £13.50
Child £6.75
Family £33.75


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Additional info

Don’t miss
•Our farm themed play area
•Local, home-grown food in the restaurant and café at Home Farm.
•The kitchens, sculleries, pantries and servants' rooms crammed with glasses, plates, pans and scouring brushes.
•The Billiard Room, spot the giant moose and the ingenious electric scoreboard.
•The discovery tables in the house where you can look and touch real objects from the collection- it’s the largest in the National Trust, 47, 000 at the last count!
•Taking a seat on one of the four Gothic stone seats in the garden, perfect for admiring the views.
•Watching the work in progress in the Kitchen Garden where the neoclassical Orangery is being restored and repaired.
•Free tours of the gardens, every day.

Collection details

Architecture, Decorative and Applied Art, Social History

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FREE open evening for teachers

Inspire your pupils with a real world learning experience.
Our properties are diverse and make for a fabulous teaching and learning resource.
We provide first-hand experiences that cannot be recreated in the classroom; experiences in the ‘real’ environment where young people can feast their senses, practice new skills and develop their creativity and love of learning.
If you would like to find out more about our Learning Programmes, why not join us on one of our FREE open evening for teachers at Tyntesfield or Leigh Woods?
Wednesday 11 May, Tyntesfield
Tuesday 28 June, Leigh Woods
Tuesday 27 September, Tyntesfield
Time: 16:30 – 18:30
To book places place call 01275 465578 or email

How to obtain

To book places place call 01275 465578 or email
alex.pritchard@nationaltrust.org.uk or rebeca.medrano@nationaltrust.org.uk

Tyntesfield - National Trust
BS48 1NX

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0844 800 4986


01275 461 900

Booking events

0844 249 1895

All information is drawn from or provided by the venues themselves and every effort is made to ensure it is correct. Please remember to double check opening hours with the venue concerned before making a special visit.