Castle Bromwich Historic Gardens

A place to wander..

18th Century Formal Gardens and Local Nature Reserve Parkland (Grade2*)

10 acres of a unique survival of 350 year old early 18th century formal garden design. The walled garden, once part of the Earl of Bradford’s estate, rescued, nurtured and owned by an independent Charitable Trust. A further 30 acres of the former estate’s historic Parkland, now a Local Nature Reserve, encircles the formal garden. Keeping largely to a period-relevant style with plant species and heritage fruit from 1680-1760 it’s like visiting the Baroque countryside in the middle of a 21st century city.

No need to pre book

Courtyard Cafe

Our outdoor Courtyard Cafe is free to visit. Homemade cakes, artisan pies and snacks


From craft based activities for children, to blossom picnics and outdoor theatre, there is always something happening in the Gardens.

A unique location for weddings & photo shoots

The gardens are available for hire for weddings, filming and photography shoots.

Upcoming Events

A taste of the Gardens

Reviews From Our Customers

star rating  Lovely maintained, steeped in history. Cream team value for money, well worth a trip. Volunteers here do a great job all round.

molly m
May 1, 2022

star rating  Spent 3 hours today at the gardens bank holiday Stringalong event. 4/5 different bands playing and a jam session at the end - I good afternoon out and the best... read more

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August 31, 2020

star rating  Beautifully well maintained and designed gardens set out in its 16th century layout with many plants, fruits and trees from that period. Family friendly with many activity days on offer... read more

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August 28, 2020

star rating  Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens is a perfect place for peace, the gardens itself is huge and calming. My husband and i have visited the gardens for a few years ,... read more

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October 17, 2020

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0121 749 4100

Chester Road, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham B36 9BT

Re-opens Feb1st



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