Historic garden surrounded by spectacular parkland, lakes and countryside.
Size of site:
March - September + Halloween Week
10.30AM - 5PM
The Estate Office
Car park (free)
150A bus route connects to Worcester Shrub Hill train station (3.5 miles away).
Yes - Plant shop
Adult £8, Child (U16) £3.50, Family £19.00.
Carers free when assisting a visitor.
Individual Adult £28, Joint Adult £40, Child (U16) £8, Family (2 ad + 2 ch) £50.
An open expanse of water, perfect for wildlife - the cool breeze brings welcome relief from summer heat.
Rich with the heady scent of summer, these traditional flowers come in many beautiful varieties.
Compact and cheerful, these typically evergreen shrubs produce pink and purple blossoms in spring.
Classic climber, with muscular stems and grape-like bunches of pastel coloured blooms in late spring.
A British favourite, carpeting woodland floors in undulating swathes of green and purple from mid May.
With waxy evergreen leaves and rose-like flowers, Camellias burst into colour as winter loosens its grip.
Yellow heads bobbing in the breeze, these flowers carpet the ground as winter ends and spring begins.
Delicate blossoms foreshadow apple-green leaves, these sculptural trees are stunning in spring.
White and green flowers burst into life in midwinter, through even the hardest of frosts.
As morning frosts begin to set in, the leaves of trees and shrubs light up in reds, yellows and oranges.
Sheltered from winter winds and balmy in springtime, walls create a microclimate perfect for gardening.
With wildlife in abundance and a verdant canopy above, the woods are a perfect place to explore.
At the tail end of winter through into spring, the boughs of Cherry trees are heavy with beautiful flowers.
Not far from the kitchen table, this well-tended garden is home to plenty of garnishes and salads.
Bringing a pop of colour to shady woodland glades, these evergreen shrubs flower in spring or summer.
Throughout the year, the fertile beds of the veg patch are where you'll find delicious produce ready to eat.
Bursting back with fresh colour every year, these flower borders are perfect for pollinators.