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Ragley Hall

Ragley Hall

Alcester B49 5NJ Heart of England UK
Tel: (01789) 762 090
Fax: (01789) 764 791
web : Ragley Hall

Disabled Facilities available
Disabled Toilets
Access to the Shops/Tea Rooms
Lifts to First Floor

Set in 400 acres of parkland, woodland and gardens, Ragley is much more than just a stately home. Family home of the Hertford (Conway Seymour) family since it was built in 1680. Ragley is surrounded by 27 acres of delightful ever-changing gardens, while the parkland contains the exciting Childrens Adventure Wood, 3D Maze, Stables, Carriage Collection, Woodland Walk and Lakeside Picnic Area.

Enjoy a Picnic beside the LakeGame Fair and other Events Kids Zone with 3D Maze

Enjoy the tranquillity of the Lakeside picnic area. Find your way around our 3D Maze. Let the children burn off their energy in The Adventure Wood, then relax by the lake. Bodgers Cabin in the Park serves light refreshments, sweets and ice cream. Discover the countryside on the Woodland Walk in the picturesque four hundred acre park. In our Stables you can find our Carriage Collection and equestrian memorabilia. Dogs are welcome on leads in the Park and on the Woodland Walk, but not in the House, Gardens or Adventure

Informal Gardens and Woodland WalksBodgers Cabin Stables with our Carriage Collection

Tour of the House

Individual visitors do not need to book in advance. Visitors are welcome to follow, at their own pace, a route around the House. Guides are on duty to offer assistance.

Guided Tours
Guided Tours of the house must be booked in advance. These are also available Prior to The House Opening to the public.
(Bookings must be made in advance and confirmed in writing).

StaircaseCherubs on the Wall Graham Rust painting the ceiling 1983

The licensed Terrace Tea Rooms are open from 11.00 am during House open days serving a selection of teas, coffees, home made cakes, biscuits and light lunches.

Supper Tours
Guided evening tours followed by supper can be arranged for parties of 20 or more.

Guide Books
Beautifully illustrated Guide Books available

Delightful Rose Gardens to walk aroundRose Garden

The Gardens
Roughly 20 acres, surrounding the Hall are made up of mature woodland, contrasting greatly with the formal Rose Garden.

1912 the house and gardens were abandoned and over the next 30 years nature was not long in reclaiming the grounds. When the house was reoccupied by the Eighth Marquess of Hertford, the gardens were low on the list of priorities. However they have come a long way since then and still have much scope for development.

There is something to see throughout the open season from spring bulbs, rhododendrons and spring flowering shrubs right up into October for border flowers, autumn bulbs, autumn foliage and berries.

Range of Meat Products for SaleHillers Farm Shop Meat Products

Opening Times
Saturday 3rd April to Sunday 26th September
Open Thursday to Sunday including Bank Holiday Mondays

Park and gardens open daily in school holidays:-
3rd April to 18th April
27th May to 6th June
15th July to 5th September

Opening Hours
Garden, Park and Adventure Playground 10.00am to 6.00pm - last entrance 4.30pm
House 12noon to 5.30pm - last entrance 4.30pm

How to Find Us

  • 2 miles South West of Alcester off the A435/A46.
  • 8 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.
  • Free car park.

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