Dudmaston Estate, National Trust in Shropshire

Dudmaston Estate is where you will find the 17th century Dudmaston Hall in Shropshire. There is also outbuildings, and a large lake on the estate.

Dudmaston Hall is a 17th century house owned by the National Trust. Located south of Bridgnorth in Shropshire. It is close to the village of Quatt. The estate includes the hall, landscaped gardens, woodland, lakeside and farmland.  One of the famous residents at Dudmaston was Charles Babbage, a famous computer pioneer who lived here in 1814, when he married Georgiana Whitmore, the daughter of William Whitmore.

Dudmaston EstateDudmaston. Photography by Elliott Brown


Dudmaston Hall

From Dudmaston Big Pool during autumn 2020

Dudmaston HallDudmaston. Photography by Elliott Brown


From the other side of the Dudmaston Big Pool during early Summer 2024

Dudmaston HallDudmaston. Photography by Elliott Brown


Drawing Room

Dudmaston. Photography by Elliott Brown


Official website

Dudmaston Estate

Project dates

06 Jun 2024 - On-going


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