National Trust's Hanbury Hall and Gardens
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About the garden
April - 28 Oct 2018, open daily: House 13:00 - 17:00 Garden 10:00 - 17:00 Park 10:00 - 17:00 Shop 10:00 - 17:00 Tea-room 10:00 - 17:00 29 Oct - 31 Dec 2018, open daily (except 24/25 Dec): House 13:00 - 17:00 (Tours only from 5 - 30 Nov and closed 27 Dec) Garden 10:00 - 16:00 Park 10:00 - 16:00 Shop 10:00 - 16:00 Tea-room 10:00 - 16:00
Yes - Dogs on leads.
Cafe or restaurant
Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.
Yes - Children of all ages.
Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).
Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.
Worcestershire, WR9 7EA
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from 3289 Google reviews
8 months ago
Wonderful place! Really nice inside of the house, very well preserved and taken care of. Staff are lovely and have lots of stories to tell. The grounds are huge, different length walks to choose from, nice gardens to have a picnic on or run around. Lovely cafe with lots of seating outside and inside, delicious scones! Really nice day out, can easily spend full day here.
5 months ago
This is a lovely national trust to visit, the gardens are beautiful, there's a few different walks you can follow with different lengths, they have revamped the children's play area which is lovely, my son loves playing on it, the house is really nice to look around how ever occasionally the upstairs is closed due to staff shortages. There's a lovely bowling green with equipment supplied which is really nice to take part on, during and towards the end of summer they have fruit/vegetables and flowers available for a donation. There is also plenty of parking here, with a short walk to the house, the main cafe is under renovations however there is still a small cafe available to purchase drinks and some food
9 months ago
Lovely place, the house is quite nice and interesting rooms, the grounds are lovely and there are a few walks around the grounds, all are easy walks for all the family, the longest marked route is just over 2 miles and takes about 40 mins or so. You can follow some off route trails onto public footpaths that are lovely. There's a beautiful pond with lots of wildlife, the whole place is alive with wildlife and the ducks run around your feet outside the cafe. Overall a really nice morning.
a year ago
Arrived first thing on a frosty morning so was quiet and picturesque. A good length walk around the parkland, would have been very muddy if it wasn't for the frost. Staff very friendly and welcoming in the reception area and the hall. Enjoyed a sausage roll and a brownie in the cafe. A lot of the gardens closed off for the winter but just gives us an excuse to come back in the summer! The walk to St Mary church is worth the walk up the hill as it has lots of links to the hall and great views too.
4 months ago
Beautiful house and gardens. The cafe area is undergoing refurbishment to extend the facilities. We enjoyed visiting the house, and the volunteers are so friendly and knowledgeable. My husband uses a mobility scooter, and he was allowed to use it on the ground floor. The main staircase is wide, and the stairs are not too steep, so he could access the bedrooms without too much trouble. Unfortunately the heavens opened while we were enjoying a cuppa. After 30 minutes it stopped, but the paths were then too boggy for his scooter. So we have to come back to go round the gardens! Can't wait!