Wrest Park expands over 90 Acres complimented by beautiful, ornate gardens, elegant statues and serene lakes. The mansion house was built in the 1830’s by Thomas, Earl de Grey and was influenced by French architecture alongside the inspirational gardens being designed by Capability Brown. The breath-taking 19th Century Mansion invites you in through a magnificent marble hallway and leads you through the gilded doors into the grand staircase hallway, allowing you to embrace the history of Wrest Park and its original owners. The state rooms include a library, drawing room and dining room which overlook the extensive terrace and enchanting gardens. Within the house you will find antique fireplaces, endless walls of books and intricate paintings of the De Grey family. The Archers Pavillion. Chinese Pavillion and Bowling Green are just a few of the many treasures to be found.