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.
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
October 17, 2020
Spent a lovely time at the garden’s Christmas market yesterday. Best described as small but perfectly formed with few tasteful stalls, musical entertainment and the opportunity to have a coffee.... read more
December 20, 2020
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
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