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Autumn is a wonderful time to visit Mount Stewart - it's not just the foliage changing, it's the wildlife too.
*Government guidelines around coronavirus are regularly reviewed at short notice. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary. If you do not book we cannot guarantee admission. In line with government guidance, you are required to wear a face covering in most enclosed spaces. Please bring one with you. Please have your booking details with you on arrival.*
Autumn 50 Things Trail
Leaves are falling and Autumn is calling! Pick up your 50 things leaflet and see how many you can do. Take in the changing sights and sounds of the season. Click here to download your 50 Things Autumn Trail Map before you visit.
Geocaching is an exciting outdoor adventure for the whole family and Mount Stewart demesne is full of hidden digital treasure. All you need is a hand-held GPS or smartphone and a sense of adventure. See how many treasures you can sniff out with our unique self-led Geocaching experience.
Half Term Hunt
Pick up a map in our courtyard and see how many of the animals you can find.
Visit the trails, lake walk and gardens and watch the foliage turn from green to rich reds, ambers and gold.
Birds & Fungi
Look out for the different types of fungi starting to appear around the gardens, pleasure grounds and demesne. Look to the skies and trees to see some of the autumn visitors including: Flocks of long-tailed tit, Treecreeper, Goldcrest - Ireland's smallest bird, Jay - look out for them burying acorns.
Retail offer – We love to see how the National Trust Retail design teams use natural inspiration for new ranges. Take a walk out on Mount Stewart demesne and you’ll see something very similar. Lose yourself in a world of Autumnal colour and wildlife at Mount Stewart.