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Dyrham Park, Dyrham

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#3 of 38 in Parks in Gloucestershire
Must see · Architectural Building · Garden
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A Baroque mansion set in a sprawling estate, Dyrham Park holds 300 years of the aristocratic life of the Blathwayt family. The estate sprawls for 110 hectares (270 acres), so take long walks along the footpaths, or ask for a guide if you want someone to show you around. Look for the herd of fallow deer foraging in the old trees. Visit the gardens, replanted every season, which always have something thriving. Inside the manor, look for fine collections of Delft ceramics and Dutch art. Check out the Victorian kitchen under the stairs to see how the servants of the family worked and lived. Plan to see Dyrham Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Dyrham online day trip planner.
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  • The first thing to say is, surprisingly for a property of this size is they do not allow dogs on the grounds. So leave Muttly at home. They probably lose a fortune in entry fees through this. The... 
    The first thing to say is, surprisingly for a property of this size is they do not allow dogs on the grounds. So leave Muttly at home. They probably lose a fortune in entry fees through this. The...  more »
  • Would have loved to walk around this vast park/woodland. But arrived to find No Dogs Allowed. Ok we should have checked, but we have been to other NT properties that are happy as long as the dogs... 
    Would have loved to walk around this vast park/woodland. But arrived to find No Dogs Allowed. Ok we should have checked, but we have been to other NT properties that are happy as long as the dogs...  more »
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  • One of my favourite places to visit. Great for children of all ages, lots for younger children, and your older children can go off safely and have an adventure/mooch around! Beautiful and historic, lots of space, incredible views, friendly staff. Nice food and coffee. Fab shop. Lots of walking and hills! Shuttle bus for accessibility to the house area.
  • Lovely park and gardens. Parts of the house were being renovated while we were there, but the exhibition and tour of the house was still absolutely worth it. The volunteers of the National Trust are doing an excellent job and in every room there will be someone telling you a story about the house, the artworks on display, all with a lot of passion and attention to detail.

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