Friday 20 August 2010


Set in 1,000 acres, Weston Park is a woodland fantasy, adventure playground and stately home all rolled into one offering families endless entertainment for the Bank holiday weekend.

Children are free to go wild in the Woodland Adventure Playground, explore the countless woodland walks by foot or by bike and discover the medieval Deer Park and Hermits Cave. Just when they are running out of puff along comes the miniature railway which steams towards Temple Wood and into wildlife.

The stately home displays one of the UK’s most impressive art collections. The House tours reveal many historical and fascinating tales, such as who gave Prime Minister Disraeli slippers for Christmas, which Earl witnessed a secret royal marriage and meet the Captain of the Mary Rose who went down with his ship!

Homemade refreshments are available the Stables Coffee Bar with sizzling dishes served up over lunch and dinner in the new Granary Grill Bar and Restaurant. The Grill’s new holiday lunch menu offers a mouth-watering selection of dishes, to capture the essence of summer eating.

The Granary Building offers visitors a farm shop, supplied by local producers plus a selection of Weston Park’s homemade delights prepared by its head chef. Its art gallery, located in the buildings eaves, exhibits a series of selling portraits and rare private collections.

The Park and Gardens are open daily from 10am to 6pm whilst the House is open from 1pm to 5pm and is closed on Saturdays. Admission to the Park and Gardens is £5.00 for adults and £3.00 for children. A family ticket is £20.00 and includes entrance to the House.

Weston Park is open daily through to Sunday 5th September 2010 (excludes 18th – 25th August). The Granary is open daily and is free to enter.

For further information contact Sue Foster at Connect PR on 01902 714957 or email

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