350 years of the gardens: A place to wander, explore and relax.
10 acres of a unique survival of 350 year old early 18th century formal garden design. The Grade II* walled garden, once part of the Earl of Bradford’s estate, is now rescued, nurtured and owned by an independent Charitable Trust. 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.
Beautiful oasis for all including dogs permitted on leads. £5 ad and £1 per child (July 2020 admission)....run by volunteers and it needs your support!
Lovely different... read more
July 18, 2020
Me and Becky had a wander and it was lovely it was a bit squishy underfoot however spot on for get some fresh air in your lungs. Well worth it
October 27, 2019
Whilst not oozing with many myriads of beauty and viviacious colour, Castle Bromwich hall gardens is a very neat, well-maintained collection of horticulture, which serves as a pint-sized (you get... read more
May 28, 2021
Beautiful gardens! So peaceful. Went on a rainy day but that didn’t make a difference, me and my Mom still had a lovely walk around. Would highly recommend a... read more
July 14, 2020