Vast parkland and woodland estate in the Cotswolds.
Size of site:
Every Day Except 25th Dec
9AM - 5PM
Last Entry 4.20PM
Pre-booking required (time slot entry)
Car park (free)
Bus: 69 runs from Stroud to Westonbirt several times each day, from Monday to Saturday. Bus 620 provides connects from Bath to Westonbirt, from Monday to Saturday. Train: Direct trains to Stroud from London, Reading, Swindon, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
Mobility scooters can be booked online in advance, free of charge.
There are bicycle racks at the Welcome Building and the venue is happy to look after helmets/gear. No cycling is permitted in the arboretum. You can book your bike onto the train to Kemble, from there, it’s a 15-mile cycle.
Vary by season - Adult £8-15, Child £3-4
Vary by season - Students/Job Seekers: £5-10
Individual Annual Membership £40, Joint Annual Membership £78 (up to 4 children free per member, plus many other member benefits).
The Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum is the charity who supports Westonbirt Arboretum. Purchase an annual membership from £40 before you visit to instantly book your timeslot to visit. Your membership will support conservation, education and participate here at Westonbirt Arboretum with the mission to connect people with trees. In return you will be able to visit the magnificent Arboretum year round with up to 4 of your own children / grandchildren plus receive many, many more benefits listed on the Friends of Westonbirt website.
Compact and cheerful, these typically evergreen shrubs produce pink and purple blossoms in spring.
Grand specimen trees and shrubs standing proud in parkland or woodland settings.
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.
Whether a formal fountain or wildlife pond, water provides space for tranquility and reflection.
As morning frosts begin to set in, the leaves of trees and shrubs light up in reds, yellows and oranges.
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.
Bringing a pop of colour to shady woodland glades, these evergreen shrubs flower in spring or summer.
In summer this grassland habitat is rich with the buzzing of pollinators and packed with beautiful flowers.
Experience another side of the gardens at night with a festive light trail. Additional entry fee may apply.
Discover a wealth of minibeasts and birds in this special patch - a particular favourite with the kids.