Weston Park

Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8LE

Home to a world-class collection of art, antiques, silver and fine china in 1,000 acres of Capability Brown parkland.

Weston Park historic country house

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  • Free for members
  • Cafe / restaurant
  • Parkland / open spaces
  • Pet friendly
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  • Group Visits
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Weston Park is the former ancestral home of the Earls of Bradford and is owned by the Weston Park Foundation, an independent charitable trust.

The House is not only home to a world class collection of art, antiques, silver and fine china, it also becomes home to this celebrating special events including weddings and birthdays.

There are 1,000 acres of Capability Brown Parkland to explore and enjoy whether on foot or by bike and our fun filled adventure playground is nestled in Brown’s Pleasure Ground of Temple Wood.

The gardens reflect over 300 years of garden design from the informality of the landscape to the formal lines of the Victorian terraces laid out by Edward Kemp.

Our own Head Gardener has also created new gardens from the Teardrop Garden in the late 20th century to Lady Anne’s Memorial Garden more recently.

Please check the website for further information, admission times and details about special events.

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