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Weston Park

Type:Historic House / Palace

Weston-under-Lizard, Nr. Shifnal, Shropshire, TF11 8LE

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Weston Park was gifted to the nation in 1986 by the current Earl of Bradford with the support of the National Heritage Memorial Fund and is now owned and maintained 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, but also a rich family history. During 2018 – find out how the Women of Weston made such an impact on the legacy, including the fascinating discovery of Lady Bridgeman’s diaries dating back to the 18th century.

The gardens are open to explore and enjoy, as well as 1,000 acres of Capability Brown landscaped Parkland.

The attractions include the House, Adventure Playground, Miniature Railway, Grill and Deli, Gallery and Gift Shop, Stables Coffee Bar, Auditorium, Formal Gardens, Woodland Walks, Lakes, Follies, Deer Park, Yew Hedge Maze and Orchard.

Guide Prices

Park & Gardens: Adult: £7.00, Child: (4-14) £4.00, Seniors: £6.50, Family: £26.00 (2&3), Includes admission to the House.

House, Park and Garden: Adult: £10.00, Child: (4-14) £6.50, Seniors: £9.00

Groups of 12+ - House, Park & Garden: Adult: £7.00

Annual Passes: Adult: £23.00, Child: £17.00, Seniors: £20.00, Family: £63.00 (2&3 or 1&4)


Road Directions

Weston Park is situated on the A5 at Weston-under-Lizard, just 30 minutes from central Birmingham, three miles off the M54 Jct 3 and eight miles off the M6 Jct 12. New M6 Toll Road, Jct 11A. The nearest railway station is Telford, which is 8 miles away.



  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Guide Dogs Permitted
  • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors
  • Wheelchairs available


  • Café
  • Cater for vegetarians
  • Food shop
  • Locally sourced produce
  • Meals served all day
  • On-Site cafe/restaurant/catering
  • Picnic area
  • Refreshments Available
  • Restaurant

Children & Infants

  • Accept children all ages
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Meals
  • Children's outdoor play area
  • Highchair

Establishment Features

  • Accept coach parties
  • Available for wedding receptions
  • Cater for groups
  • Conference facilities
  • Dogs on Lead Only
  • Education/study area
  • Event venue
  • Facilities for corporate hospitality
  • Garden/patio for guests use
  • Gift shop
  • Lift
  • Meeting rooms
  • Public toilets
  • Shop
  • Tea / Coffee Shop
  • Team / Corporate Activities
  • Toilets
  • Wedding Venue
  • Wireless internet (WiFi) connection available

Key Features

  • Of historic, literary or architectural interest
  • Outdoor Attraction

Parking & Transport

  • Car parking
  • Coach Drop Off / Pick Up Point
  • Coach Parking
  • Parking (free)

Payment Methods

  • American Express accepted
  • Cash Accepted
  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)
  • Groups Accepted
  • Maestro accepted
  • MasterCard accepted
  • Special group rates
  • Visa accepted
  • Visa Debit accepted

Target Markets

  • Family Fun
  • Marketed Towards Children
  • Marketed Towards Families
  • Marketed Towards Senior Citizens

Tours and Demonstrations

  • Educational Visits Accepted
  • Guided Tours Available for Groups
  • Guided Tours Available for Individuals


Opening Times

* Easter Open Season:
Daily from Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April

Spring Temple Wood Opening:
Weekends only between 5th – 20th May

Summer Open Season:
Daily from Tuesday 29th May – Sunday 2nd September

Autumn Temple Wood Opening
Open daily between the following dates:

3rd – 13th September, 18th – 30th September

Weekends only between 6th – 28th October


  • Other Awards Historic Houses Association Friends Scheme 2017
  • Visit England VistEngland VAQAS 2017

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