The NEW Calendar for 2022 is now available to purchase online.
Produced by the Bradgate Rotary Club in Partnership with Bradgate Park Trust. Read more
Our free to visit Visitor Centre and shop is set in the heart of Bradgate Park. It tells the story of the rich geological, archaeological, social, built and natural heritage of Bradgate Park. Read more
Venison boxes now available to buy online with free local delivery Read more
Celebrate someone special with a unique Bronze Memorial Oak Leaf at Memorial Wood in the heart of Bradgate Park. Read more
Bradgate Park is Leicestershire's only Medieval Deer Park to the north of Leicester City.
Over 830 acres, steeped in history, teeming with wonderful wildlife, the UK's oldest fossils, 550 red and fallow deer and the childhood home of Lady Jane Grey.
Rich in heritage, wildlife and amazing landscapes, Bradgate Park is Leicestershire's favourite day out with two tearoom and free-to-visit Visitor Centre.
Swithland Wood is an attractive and atmospheric area of Ancient Woodland, covering 170 acres.
Rich in history and wildlife, it is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
The Wood is an important habitat for a wide range of plant and animal species, with rocky outcrops and old quarries.
The educational and heritage charity that cares for Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood, some of Leicestershire’s best-loved areas of countryside.
Help support the work of the Bradgate Park Trust to protect and share Bradgate Park and Swithland Wood now and for future generations.
Volunteering opportunities include conservation projects, helping visitors at the Visitor Centre, guiding walks and tours, assisting with events, school visits and community talks. We have something for everyone!
The Bradgate Park Trust is a registered charity, established by Charles Bennion when he purchased the Estate for the enjoyment of visitors in 1928.
We appreciate all help people give us and if you would like to support our work, please get in touch.
A summary of our educational activities and modules for school visits and guidance for visiting schools.
Please note we are currently unable to support educational visits.
Nearly eight centuries ago Bradgate Park was enclosed as a deer and hunting park. Today it is still home to herds of Red and Fallow Deer.
Walks will be held during the rut bringing you close to master stags and bucks. Read more
Bradgate Park is steeped in history – from its Norman beginnings as a hunting park to the building of Bradgate House, home of Lady Jane Grey in the early 1500s and beyond.
Discover the hidden secrets of the Park's landscape from the Stone Age to World War II Read more