Stansted House, set in 1750 acres of glorious park and woodland is a stunning venue. A prime example of Caroline revival and glorious in its parkland setting, Stansted offers visitors a highly enjoyable day out.
The house is Grade II* and is home to the Bessborough family treasures – the 18 th century Brussels tapestries, the magnificent collection of bird paintings, Liotard portraits, the Duchess of Westminster’s Embroidery Collection and unusual display of fans in the Blue Drawing Room. Its Below Stairs Experience continues to fascinate visitors with its glimpse of social history.
- ‘Enjoy the fun of the new miniature railway – Stansted Light Railway is a new 7.25″ gauge railway built in the grounds of Stansted Park.
- Visit the Stansted Park Garden Centre.
- The Pavilion Tea Room provides a delicious selection of home-made fare in the charming surroundings of Victorian Glasshouses in the Walled Garden.
- The new Stansted Park Farmshop selling seasonal and local food.