Hanbury Hall and Gardens

Hanbury Hall and Gardens

Hanbury Hall is an early 18th-century stately home set in 400 acres of parkland near Droitwich Spa in Worcestershire. It is a large Grade I listed building and is managed by the National Trust.

What is there to do at Hanbury Hall and Gardens?

The gardens were designed to complement the house and feature an orchard, a wilderness area, a walled garden, orangery and more. Near the ice house, you will find a playground and there are many interesting features to find within the gardens. There are also some downloadable walks to try out that take you around the surrounding landscape.

Walks include the hall and gardens, a historic walk and parkland walks. Hanbury walks are suitable for all abilities from long invigorating rambles to short gentle strolls. Keep your eyes peeled for toads splashing in the Mirror Pool, ducklings waddling in the gardens and rabbits bouncing through the fields. You may even still see pheasants and lambs roaming around.

The hall itself was built in the William and Mary style and has since been sympathetically restored with some wonderful redecorated rooms. They often have family-friendly trails available for taking around the house so make sure you ask about them when you arrive. The house provides a glimpse into life at the turn of the 18th century.

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Further Information Hanbury Hall and Gardens

Is there food and drink available?

There is a cafe serving hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to picnic outside.

What are the main things to do?

A historic house you can explore, extensive parkland with gardens, playground and walks plus school holiday family-friendly trails. There are toilets and a cafe.

What are the ticket prices?

Free for members of the National Trust. £10 for an adult, £5 for a child. Under 5s are free and family tickets are available.
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online.

Is there parking?

There is parking.

When are they open?

Hanbury Hall is open for most of the year. For up-to-date opening times and dates please visit their website.

Dog friendly?

Dogs on leads are welcome in the Forecourt, Stableyard and Parkland, with assistance dogs only allowed in the Formal Gardens.

Are they accessible?

Information on accessibility

All Ages
Indoor Outdoor
Great Outdoors, Historical, Outdoor Fun
Tui Free Kids Places

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