See the House at Weston through the eyes of Sir Henry & Lady Bridgeman, and learn about their patronage in the age of Chippendale.
Follow a self-led trail through the rooms of Weston Park and turn back time to the world of Sir Henry and Lady Bridgeman. Learn about their lives to discover the influence that they had on Weston. Discover the collection items ascribed to Thomas Chippendale and to other contemporary makers and artists including Josiah Wedgwood, Matthew Boulton, Gobelins, George Stubbs, John Constable, Sir Joshua Reynolds, James Paine and Lancelot Brown.
Between 30th March and 28th April, the exhibition is open on the following dates (between 1pm and 5pm):
From 3rd June to 2nd Sept the exhibition is open on Sundays and August Bank Holiday Monday (26/08/18). Opening times in this period are 12pm - 4pm.
For more details of opening hours, admission charges visit Weston Park's website, or call 01952 852100.
For seasonal opening times, please visit Weston Park's website
Exhibition costs 50p plus standard adult House, Park and Garden admission of £11.00
For full details of admission charges, click here
Exhibition is all on one level with no steps
DRIVNG AND PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Weston Park is situated on the A5 at Weston-under-Lizard, just 30 minutes from Central Birmingham 3 miles off M54, Junction 3 and 8 miles off M6 Junction 12. You can also reach Weston Park via the M6 Toll Road.
Nearest train stations:
Telford – 12 minutes
Wolverhampton – 25 minutes
Stafford – 20 minutes