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Spetchley Park Gardens
Tel : +44 01905 345 106
Spetchley is a garden for all tastes and ages containing one of the biggest private collections of plant varieties outside the major botanical gardens. The Gardens are not a formal paradise of neatly manicured lawns or beds but rather a wondrous display of plants, shrubs and trees woven into a garden of many rooms and vistas.
The exuberant planning, the peaceful walks, make this an oasis of enjoyment and quiet. April and May produce a wonderful display of spring bulbs, especially daffodils, as well as flowering trees and shrubs. The large collection of roses, both old-fashioned and modern, come into their own in June and July, whilst July, August and September reveal the great herbaceous borders in all their glory. Late September sees the start of the Autumn tints. This is indeed a garden for all seasons, and has been described as one of horticulture's best-kept secrets.
Close by is the Deer Park with its fine herds of red and fallow deer. This has changed little since the 17th Century and makes a delightful walk.
The Gardens are open in 2017 from April to 30 September from Wednesdays to Sunday (and on Bank Holiday Mondays) and also on Saturdays and Sundays in October. For further information telephone 01905 345106 or visit www.spetchleygardens.co.uk
Coach parties are welcome and guided tours are available, both by prior arrangement. Unfortunately, because of the nature of the environment, wheelchair access is limited. Please note that the house is not open to the public.
The Spetchley Specialist Plant Fair will be held on 23 April 2017. Gates open from 11am-5pm and entry is £5 for adults, under 16's free of charge. It is the perfect place to find something for you garden. 12 & 13 August 2017 will be a weekend of Military Re-enactment spread over 5 periods of history. Come and see how our ancestors used to live, eat and fight from the Middle Ages through to World War 2. Entry will be £8.00 for adults, £3.00 for children 5-16 years, under 5's free of charge, a family ticket (2 adults & 2 children) is available for £20.00.
Leave M5 at J7. Take A44 signposted Evesham/Worcester South. Go straight over 1st roundabout (A44), right at the 2nd roundabout (A44) and right at the 3rd roundabout Evesham to Stratford (A44). Shortly after crossing M5 you will pass under a white footbridge; the entrance to the Gardens and car park is approximately 500 yards on the right hand side.
By Public Transport
Trains to either Worcester Shrub Hill or Worcester Foregate Street.
Bus Number 150 Birmingham to Redditch and Worcester via Moseley, Wythall and Inkberrow.
Spetchley Park Gardens facilities include:
- Dogs restrictions
- In countryside
- Outdoor event/attraction
- Guided tours available for groups
- Guided tours available for individuals
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Suitable for families
- Suitable for young children
- Group discounts available (min group size)
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Visa accepted
- On site parking
- Parking (free)
- Groups accepted
- Min group size
- Open outside normal opening times by appointment
- Special group rates
Spetchley Park Gardens accessibility includes:
- Ramp/level access
- Toilets for disabled visitors
- Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)
- Designated parking within about 50 metres of main entrance
- Flat route with no steps from parking area to entrance
- Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet
- Level access, ramp or lift to a public toilet suitable for wheelchair users
- Level access, ramp or lift to cafeteria
- Level access, ramp or lift to gift shop
- Level access, ramp or lift to restaurant
- Level access, ramp or lift to ticket issuing point
Contact - Spetchley Park Gardens
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