The Park has a network of hard-surfaced wheelchair friendly footpaths. There are several kissing gates throughout the estate; each is accessible with a RADAR key. Accessible toilets are located in the car park and by the Tea Rooms (RADAR key).
The Education Centre is accessed via a wheelchair friendly ramp. Access to Upton House ground floor includes entrance/exit ramps and toilet facilities.
We’re trialling some Photography Workshops and Tutorials this year!
Upton Country Park has teamed up with some expert locally-based photographers to host a series of Photography Workshops.
Maybe you’ve always wanted to get to know a little more about what your cameras capable of, meet some new people and experience the Country Park from a different perspective? We’re sure these one day workshops will help and develop your skills.
A Season Ticket will give you the flexibility and freedom to visit the Country Park without having to use the Pay and Display machines which start operating from 3rd April.
For just £40 a year you’ll be able to register two vehicles per household and visit the Country Park (during normal Country Park opening hours) an unlimited number of times throughout the year. You can also rest assured all monies generated from our car parks are being invested directly back into the Estate, so you’ll be helping to ensure many future generations of families can enjoy our beautiful Grade II* listed House and grounds.
If you’d like help purchasing your ticket we’ll be in the Tea Rooms to answer questions and provide assistance on: Wednesday 15th March, Saturday 18th March, Sunday 19th March and Thursday 23rd March 2017.
Upton Country Park’s Discovery Project is launched!
People • Heritage • Landscapes. The Discovery Project will support a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) in the region of £1.5 million, with the aim of creating an accessible and sustainable heritage attraction for the local community to relax, enjoy and learn in.
Celebrating the rich and varied heritage that the Country Park has to offer, through the Discovery Project we will restore our historical features, re-instate landscapes that have been lost over time and enhance our grounds.