This year we will be celebrating 50 years of opening to visitors and on Tuesday 3rd June will charge just 50p for admission to the House, Park and Gardens.
In 1964 the 6th Earl of Bradford opened Weston so that visitors could take a look at the wonderful collection and explore the 1,000 acres of Capability Brown Parkland.
On Tuesday 3rd June visitors can take a look at the newly re-decorated Drawing Room, enjoy the peace and tranquillity of Lady Anne’s Memorial Garden, recently opened by HRH The Duke of Gloucester and take a walk through one of Capability Brown’s rare pleasure grounds – Temple Wood.
Set in 1,000 acres of Capability Brown Parkland the estate is open to visitors during the summer months. The House contains an internationally important art collection including works by Van Dyck, Lely and Gainsborough, there are beautiful formal gardens, woodland walks to enjoy and spectacular follies to admire.
Volunteering at Weston
Do you have a few hours a week to spare? Would you like to find out more about volunteering at Weston? Prospective volunteers are invited to join the ‘Volunteers Week’ Cheese and Wine event on Tuesday 3rd June, taking place in the Granary Deli & Cafe from 3.30pm – 5pm- come along, meet current volunteers and find out how to get involved.
Admission: 50p per person.
Gates open at 10.30am – 6pm. (Last admission 4.30pm)
House opens at 1pm – 5pm (Last admission 4.30pm)