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Attingham Park, Shrewsbury

Immerse yourself in the aristocratic life of the 18th century with a visit to the country house and estate of Attingham Park. The first Baron Berwick in 1785 used his wealth from the East India Company to commission the primary mansion, which has been formally recognized for its historical importance. Inside you'll find large banquet halls and art collections. Outside are walled gardens and miles of trails perfect for spotting deer and other wildlife. You can enjoy a picnic on the grounds. There are open spaces where kids can play freely. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Attingham Park by using our Shrewsbury day trip tool.
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  • Parking was easy. Then we nipped to the disabled loo which had no queue because there was a huge queue for the ladies. Then we walked through the walled garden which was lovely and on to the field of....  more »
  • Lovely grounds, beautifully maintained with a guided one-way walk to help manage the flow of people. Timed entrances at National Trust sites have been brilliant and it would be great if they can...  more »
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  • Attingham Park never fails to delight myself and my family. Each visit offers a new discovery or learning experience. The grounds are large and allow visitors to select an appropriate walking route to enjoy as part of their visit. There are cafes with indoor or outdoor seating. The gift shop has a range of tasteful gifts, books or plants; a second hand book store too. The walled garden is impressive as is the children's outdoor play area. This is a superb destination for a family day out.
  • Easy to find and we'll signposted. The car parks a decent size and we enjoyed our time there. Though we didn't visit the house on this occasion we did go in the souvenirs shop and book shop in the stables courtyard. There's also a nice cafe and ice cream parlour there too. The park is great for kids, it's massive with big 'forts' and logs to balance walking over along with the swings, a roundabout and small slide. The walks are nice and it's not that crowded you feel your being held up, or holding up other people. Lovely place and we'll be going back soon.

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