As part of your ticket to The Artisan Collective Fair at Wimpole Estate you also get access to Wimpole Estate’s parkland, their beautiful gardens and the Wimpole Estate Home Farm, perfect for little ones.
Wimpole Estate's Parkland
Lying at the centre of the Estate is the 300-acre ancient parkland once home to a herd of fallow deer. Now it has many rare breed cattle and sheep grazing among the veteran trees that cloak the park.
Wimpole parkland has changed many times throughout its history, different owners employed different landscape designers and gardeners, who each left their mark on the landscape.
©National Trust Images/Mike Hodgson
Discover and enjoy the beautiful outdoor areas at Wimpole Estate including the picturesque Pleasure Ground, used in the 18th century for holding picnics and evening walks, and now filled with an abundance of specimen trees, Holly areas with evergreen Holm oaks, beautiful bulbs and a laurel tunnel for little ones to explore.
Enjoy a walk through the unique Walled Garden, Wimpole Estate’s horticultural gem featuring beautiful floral displays, historic architecture and vegetable plots as well as thousands of bedding plants for the Wimpole Estate Parterre.
In the Parterre you’ll discover a vibrant display of colours through 8,000 bedding plants, red pelargoniums and blue salvias used to create a Union Jack effect, making for a truly unique feature of the Wimpole Estate.
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Wimpole Estate Home Farm
The Wimpole Estate Home Farm is guaranteed to be a hit for both adults and your little ones. You will be able to see some of their pigs, goats, Shire horses, Shetland ponies, donkeys, rabbits, geese, cattle and sheep on the new specially created route around the farm.
©National Trust Images/Megan Taylor