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The House At Weston Park

A remarkable historic house, which has never been sold, Weston Park was gifted to the nation by Richard, the 7th and present Earl of Bradford in 1986. This beautiful home now contains a world class collection of fine and decorative art, some of which dates back over 500 years, for you to discover.

From the Front Hall, with its legacy to the 3rd Earl’s love of horses, the Victorian library furnished with over 3,000 books, the unique Gobelin tapestries to the lofty Dining Room, which houses one of the country’s most impressive collections of portraits, with works outstanding works by Sir Anthony van Dyck and Sir Peter Lely.

The ground floor of the house is open on Sunday afternoons for you explore. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays our experienced team of tour guides will share with you the rich history of Weston Park in guided tours which take place every 45 minutes.

Now that our summer season has ended please be aware that the House is closed.

The ground floor is fully accessible for wheelchairs

Please leave large bags and pushchairs with our house welcome team

The Foundation

Weston’s collection is in the care of the Trustees of The Weston Park Foundation.

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The Collection

Exquisite collection of fine art, decorative art and ceramics.

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Support our cause

Support the Weston Park Foundation through South Staffordshire Community Lottery

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The House

See inside the historic House at Weston Park.

Built as a family home in the 17th century Weston Park is now yours to enjoy as your own exclusive retreat. Surround yourself in 1,000 acres of Parkland that offers unending views across the countryside and immerse yourself in the splendour of the House, its formal rooms, its collections and its priceless art.