Group Visits To Weston Park
The estate will be closed until further notice.
Weston Park has always been a place for people to enjoy a wide variety of experiences and it will be again.
Please keep in touch on our social media channels and we will see you again soon.
2020 – International Weston
In 2020 we will be celebrating the international influences on Weston across the centuries. From maritime paintings to family members who travelled the world, we will be sharing our international connections and collections throughout the year.
Set amidst the breath-taking ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland, Weston Park is the ancestral home of the Earls of Bradford. The House boasts an internationally significant collection of furniture and many famous paintings, including works by van Dyck, Gainsborough, Lely and Stubbs.
Take a stroll through the beautiful gardens and ‘Capability’ Brown’s Pleasure Grounds which include woodland walks, lakes and follies. There are 1000 acres of undisturbed Parkland also to explore.
The Bridgeman family travelled the globe, and there will be a wide range of opportunities to delve into these stories, go behind the scenes, explore the bedrooms and view items of the collection that have never been on public display before.
For more information and to book your visit please contact us on 01952 852130 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Study days: If you represent a group that is looking for a full study day at Weston Park please get in touch. We can arrange lectures and handling sessions for specialised groups.
If you would like to bring a group and stay residentially in the House at Weston Park then please visit Cultural Tours.