Erddig Hall

Perched on the outskirts of the city centre is this magnificent National Trust property, Erddig Hall. A much-loved home, beautiful garden and 1,200-acre parkland awaits you here.

Come here to discover the 250-year story of a gentry family’s relationship with its servants. You will find a large collection of servants’ portraits and carefully preserved rooms that capture their lives in the early 20th century. Upstairs, a treasure trove of fine furniture, textiles and wallpapers is waiting to be admired.

After exploring the beautifully preserved rooms, take the time to explore the 18th-century garden. Here, you will find trained fruit trees, exuberant annual herbaceous borders, avenues of pleached limes, formal hedges and a nationally important collection of ivies.

If you do not wish to visit the property itself, then the parkland that surrounds the house is ideal for a gentle stroll. The property boasts a 1,200-acre landscape pleasure park, designed by William Emes. Here, you can enjoy dog-friendly walks and grassy lands for picnics.

Erddig Hall and its park and offer a fun-filled for all…

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