Dudmaston Hall National Trust
Average visit time – 2-3 hours
Things to do at Dudmaston Hall National Trust review
Dudmaston Hall is a National Trust property in Shropshire. There is a beautiful 17th-century house with sweeping gardens, wooded parkland and a play area. The house has been a family home for over 875 years and has a modern twist.
The family rooms of the house are open from April to September. There are traditional rooms downstairs and they become more modern upstairs with many modern works of art. Modern art can also be seen outdoors including sculptures by Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
The gardens are a delight all year round with a rolling landscape and different features. There are themed gardens including a rockery and an American garden. You can enjoy a walk around the gardens, the Dingle and the Big Pool. You can also explore a bit further and venture into Cromer Woods. There is a natural play area here which is a short walk out of Heath Meadow, just off the Explorer trail.
There are two further play areas. The orchard play area is near the visitor reception with a wooden hut with a watchtower. Plus a climbing frame and slide. There is also a woodland play area in Gerard’s Wood with wooden play equipment to suit all ages.
Covid 19: Due to current restrictions not everything will be open, or it may be open differently to normal, at the attraction that you are visiting. Please consult their social media accounts, give them a call or visit their website if you can’t find the information you are looking for.
FAQ and Further Information Dudmaston Hall National Trust
Address: Quatt, Bridgnorth WV15 6QN, Shropshire, England. Phone: 01746 780866
Category – Historic House – Indoors and Outdoors – Suitable for all ages
Is there food and drink available?
There is a tea room serving hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to bring a picnic.
What are the main things to do?
Historic house you can explore with modern art indoors and outdoors, formal gardens, play areas, woodland play, walks and more. There are toilets and a tea room.
What are the ticket prices?
*FREE or mid-range
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE to members of the National Trust. Non members – mid-range. Prices are currently reduced as the house and play areas are closed do to covid. Adults currently £5, children £2.50. This will increase when more opens.
Is there parking?
Parking at the hall is free, there is a charge to park in their countryside car parks, although these are free to members of the National Trust.
When are they open?
They are open for most of the year although the house closers over the winter. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Only assistance dogs are permitted in the house and gardens. Dogs are permitted in the Cromer Woods and the Dingle walk.
Are they accessible?
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