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.
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
August 28, 2020
Just been to the unplug and play activity day and it was just brilliant! So much to see and do, gardens are beautiful and staff were so friendly. Will now... read more
February 18, 2020
It’s a lovely part of Birmingham to go and spend a few hours. It’s peaceful and the autumn colours when we went were beautiful. The staff / volunteers are friendly.... read more
November 3, 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