Originally built in 1695 and twice remodelled in the 18th century, Shugborough Hall country house is the current home of the Earls of Lichfield. The property is run by Staffordshire County Council, which lease it from the National Trust. Visitors to the estate can explore numerous buildings - including the servants’ quarters - a Grade II Listed walled garden and an arboretum. A model farm comes complete with dairy, watermill and kitchens, while rare breeds of livestock inhabit the parkland. The venue also features nautically themed children’s play area Explorers’ Wood, boasts an abundance of walking trails, and hosts a wide-ranging programme of annual events.

Shugborough Historic Working Estate,





Telephone: 0845 459 8900

Email: enquiries@shugborough.org.uk