Family Life Worcestershire
26th October 2020

Heritage and Gardens

Now we have the go ahead for more open spaces to reopen, I will list the best places and their opening details below. If you know of any I have not included please let me know at admin@familylifeworcestershire.com.

 

Croome (National Trust)
Worcester

The parkland at Croome near Worcester has now reopened to visitors. Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly.

National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking.

Hanbury Hall (National Trust)
Hanbury

The parkland and gardens (excluding the Walled Garden) have now reopened to visitors. Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly.

National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking

Charlecote Park (National Trust)
Wellesborne

The parkland and gardens located near Wellesborne have now reopened to visitors. The cafe will reopen for takeaways on 15 June Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly. National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking

Baddesley Clinton (National Trust)
Warwickshire

Located close to Lapworth, Warwickshire, the parkland, gardens and kiosk are now open for visitors.

Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly. National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking

Upton House and Gardens (National Trust)
Banbury

The gardens in this country retreat in Oxfordshire are due to reopen on 22 June 2020.

Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly. National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking

Hidcote (National Trust)
Chipping Camden

HIdcote, an arts and crafts inspired gardens located in the Cotswolds reopens on 22 June 2020.

Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly. National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking

Packwood House (National Trust)
Lapworth

This Tudor House located in Lapworth has now reopened their parks and gardens. Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly. National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking

Coughton Court (National Trust)
Alcester

The parkland and gardens at this imposing Tudor house near Alcester has now reopened.

Booking in advance for timed entry is required. Tickets are released on a Friday and spaces book up quickly. National Trust members can book for free but non-members will need to pay upon booking

Broadway Tower

For the rest of June the carpark, country park including circular walk, Morris and Brown Cafe & Shop and Shepherds Hut serving takeaway food, ice-cream, drinks and snacks will be open! Please note that toilet facilities will not yet be available. The carpark operates a pay and display system, which closes at 5pm. This can be done with cash at the machine in the carpark or with a card payment at one of the tills.