Events at Tring Park

There are events throughout the year at Tring Park – find out more below and check back for updates regularly to make sure you don't miss out on anything. Some events need to be booked in advance, so make sure to read the booking information for any events that you would like to attend.

Festival of Light, Monday 29 October

For one night only we will be illuminating part of Tring Park for a truly magical evening. See the trees in a different light, with floodlit branches and striking shadows. A brand new feature will come to this year’s festival of light, a secret symphony. Think silent disco, but with sounds of the woods that you haven’t heard before. All to be finished with a hot chocolate around a campfire.

Various time slots are available from 17:30-20:30. Advanced booking is strongly recommended as this is a popular event and tickets are limited.

Tickets are available here

 

Festival of Light

Tring Park Lantern Festival

Tring Park Secret Symphony

A brand new feature will come to this year’s festival of light, a secret symphony. Think silent disco, but with sounds of the woods that you haven’t heard before. This experience is approximately 10 minutes long and three sound tracks are available. The secret symphony is £3 and can be purchased on our events website once you’ve bought an entry ticket to the festival of light. Please make sure your ticket slot for the secret symphony starts after your entry slot for the main event. We advise this experience is suitable for those over 12 years in age.

Tickets for the main event and the secret symphony can be purchased here

What's in the woods exhibition

The National History Museum at Tring has a special exhibition running until October focusing on woodlands. Touch, smell, listen and look as you explore outdoor and indoor woodland spaces. Uncover what's hiding nearby whilst honing your nature detective skills.

More information can be found here.

Nest building at Tring Park

Nest building in Tring Park, 31st August

Join us and the National History Museum to explore Tring Park. Gather material on your journey and make a nest. It’s more difficult than birds make it look!

This activity includes walking around the park and is most suitable for ages 5+. Please bring weather appropriate clothing and footwear.

Meeting point is at the quad at the Museum.

Advance booking is advised, and this is through the National History Museum Tring.

10.30-12.00 & 14:00-15:30

For information and tickets call 020 7942 6163. Lines are open Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm.