A place for long walks, picnics on the grass and discovering more of Shropshire’s history, Attingham Park has lots of things for you to discover.
Attingham Park Manor
The house was built in the 18th century by the Hill family. The manor house still retains its charm thanks to the National Trust, who manage the estate and grounds whilst also offering bookable tours around this stunning stately home.
Attingham Park has beautiful grounds by the joining of the River Tern and the River Severn, and lots of little bridges and wildlife to see on your walk. With over 600 acres to explore, the park offers various walks like the ‘wildlife walk’ to see the deer, the ‘river reflection’ walk and seasonal walks.
After exploring the manor house or enjoying your walk, Attingham offers various tearooms to sit and enjoy the magnificent view. The estate has an orchard that grows fresh fruit that’s used in the cafes. From fresh scones to made-in-house soups, there’s bound to be something to tempt you.
Location and Opening Times
This beautiful English country house in Shropshire is just under 30 minutes from Meeson Hall and is a wonderful place to visit for the day. For more information about what’s on and opening times of the various attractions, visit the Attingham Park website before you visit.