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Shugborough Estate


Journey through the historic estate of Shugborough and discover a bygone era as the costumed living history characters bring the past to life. In the walled garden meet the gardeners of 1805, while on the farm, servants are busy making butter and cheese and the farm hands tend to the animals. Take a ride on Lucy the Train or walk across the stunning parkland. The story continues in the Servants' Quarters where cooks and kitchen maids prepare food on the range, starch the whites in the laundry and brew ale in the wood-fired brewery. The Mansion House completes the story, where the 1805 Viscount and Lady Anson are often present. Please contact or see website for details of special events. Photo credit: house with clouds - Ashford Daly Photography

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Tel: 01889 881388
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National Trust


£15 (ch £9, under 5 free, concessions £12). Family (2ad+3ch) £37.50, (1ad+1ch) £19

Opening times

Open 18 Mar-21 Oct, grounds, gardens, tearoom & shop daily
House, farm, servants' quarters closed Tue. Site open all year to pre-booked parties
Average visit 4hrs




Dogs not allowed in buildings or farm


Partly accessible. Steps to house, stairclimber available
6 wheelchairs, 2 batricars, hearing loop, ramps

Shugborough Estate
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6m E of Stafford off A513, signed from M6 junct 13

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