Worcestershire's best kept secret, Spetchley Park Gardens is an ever changing garden which has been owned and tended to by the Berkeley family for over four hundred years.
Successive generations have lovingly collected rare plants, shrubs and trees from around the world and boasts one of the largest private collections of plant varieties outside the major botanical gardens.
Enjoy wonderful walks through sweeping lawns, woodland glades and beautiful borders. Visit our newest attraction, our Heritage Centre, which displays the history of Spetchley and the restored Sovereign Coach. Relax in our Old Laundry Tea Rooms with a light lunch or freshly made slice of cake.
Families can enjoy trails and events throughout the year in the Gardens, please see our website for more details.
We hope you enjoy your visit to the Gardens.
Today’s opening hours
Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays: 10.30am to 5pm; last admission one hour before close.
2 April to 29 September: Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays: 10.30am to 5pm; last admission one hour before close.
October: Saturdays and Sundays plus half term, 28 October to 31 October, 10.30am to 4pm. Last admission one hour before close.
Spetchley Park Gardens is located three miles east of Worcester on the A44. Please use the postcode WR5 1RS when driving.
Car park on site
- Free of charge
Historic Houses members visit for free, event days and group tours not included.
Children (5-16): £2.50
Under 5's: Free
Family (2 adults & 2 children): £17.00
- Accessible toilets
- Guide dogs welcome
- Access statement available
- Accessible parking
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
We offer a special rate for pre-booked groups.
You are welcome to explore the gardens at your leisure, or a guided tour of the garden is available by prior appointment.
Please note group tours are not included in Historic Houses members free admission.
Spetchley Park Manor was originally a moated Tudor house. The building was burned to the ground by disgruntled Scottish Presbyterian Royalists at the Battle of Worcester to prevent Oliver Cromwell from using the house as his headquarters.
The modern Georgian mansion was designed by John Tasker and built in 1811.
We welcome visits from primary schools.