Sunday, July 4, 2010

Attingham Park - National Trust

Attingham park is a a very pretty place surrounding this splendid mansion there are acre`s upon acre`s of parkland to explore.
Today we visited with Helen, Jez and my god children.
Firstly we headed to the walled kitchen garden`s and park. The children had great fun on the well laid out park.
We also saw a range of animals from pigs, dwarf bullocks to jersey cows.
Jez, Aaron and the kid`s enjoyed playing hide and seek in the woods along the paths.
Attingham is on the out skirts of Shrewsbury not far from our home at all. I really enjoyed our visit here.
Below are views of the park, and in the mansion.

The inside of this house was magnificent, there were many rooms to explore and many activities to do. The children had to find a mouse in each of the rooms. I really enjoyed exploring this property.

We didn't have time to follow the trails. There are to main walks around the park
1/ is the mile walk
2/ is the deer park walk.
Fred is welcome to come along, over the summer holidays Aaron & I will be re visiting Attingham Park and going on the walks walk 2 you walk through the deer park and see the deer. We are looking forward to our return visit.

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