Visit the estate farmyard, where kids are given an insight into British livestock farming and get the chance to hold some of the smaller animals at feeding times as well as watch the cows being milked.
Explore the huge garden with its waterworks, modern sculptures and maze, its footpaths, its sensory garden and Trout Stream.
Have a blast in the vast woodland adventure playground, including a water and sand play area.
Tour the historic house with its splendid rooms and priceless treasures, including diamonds and jewels and family portraits by Lucian Freud. With more than 30 rooms to explore there is some much to see. Daily walk-thorughs and talks are available, although, this may not be a suitable option for families with young children, plus it is important to note that prams and pushchairs are not permitted in the house, however the staff may be able to supply alternative carrying equipment (subject to availability; call in advance to enquire).
Check out the ‘What’s on’ page for special events such as the Easter Extravaganza, various Farmyard & Garden Discovery Days for different age ranges, the famous Country Fair, the Halloween Hoot, Bonfire Night, and Christmas markets and nativity performances.