Weston Park is the former ancestral home of the Earls of Bradford and is owned by the Weston Park Foundation, an independent charitable trust.
The House is not only home to a world class collection of art, antiques, silver and fine china, it also becomes home to this celebrating special events including weddings and birthdays.
There are 1,000 acres of Capability Brown Parkland to explore and enjoy whether on foot or by bike and our fun filled adventure playground is nestled in Brown’s Pleasure Ground of Temple Wood.
The gardens reflect over 300 years of garden design from the informality of the landscape to the formal lines of the Victorian terraces laid out by Edward Kemp.
Our own Head Gardener has also created new gardens from the Teardrop Garden in the late 20th century to Lady Anne’s Memorial Garden more recently.
Summer Open Season:
The House is open on Tuesdays to Thursdays and Sundays from Friday 24th May to Sunday 1st September.
The entire estate is open for you to enjoy during the summer from the historic collections in the House to the Woodland Adventure Playground.
Park & Gardens: 10:30am – 6pm (last admission 4:30pm).
House: 1pm – 5pm (last admission 4pm).
Autumn Temple Wood Opening:
Daily throughout September excluding the Midland Game Fair (14th/15th September).
Weekends in October.
Daily during October Half Term Monday 28th to Saturday 2nd November.
Enjoy Temple Wood and the Woodland Adventure Playground.
11am – 5pm (last admission 4:30pm).
Daily between Thursday 26th December and Wednesday 1st January 2020.
Enjoy Temple Wood and the wider parkland.
11am – 3pm (last admission 2:30pm).
Weston Park is accessed directly from the A5 at Weston-under-Lizard, just 30 minutes from central Birmingham, three miles off the M54 J3 and eight miles off the M6 at J12.
Car park on site
Go Carz 01952 852501050
Historic Houses members visit for free.
House, Park and Gardens £12.00 per adult, £6.50 per child, £10.00 per senior
Park & Gardens £8.00 per adult, children £4.00 and £7.50 per senior
- Accessible parking
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
- Hearing loops
- Guide dogs welcome
- Access statement available
- Accessible toilets
Groups 12+ £7.00 per person
One of the finest items in the Collection is the 17th century Burse and Great Seal of England. Sir Orlando Bridgeman was the Lord Keeper of the Seal during the reign of Charles II. As the son of a protestant Bishop, he refused to apply the Seal to the Declaration of Indulgence and resigned office. He kept the Seal, which was melted down to create a large stem cup and the Burse in which it would have been carried.
Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli was a frequent visitor to Weston and gave Selina, Countess of Bradford a yellow parrot which flew happily around the Orangery for over 20 years before laying 24 eggs in as many days and promptly falling off its perch.
Weston Park is a place that has the ingredients to tug at the heart-strings of every romantic, from the sweeping driveway and roaring fires to secret doors and hideaways.
Weston Park is the ultimate luxury wedding venue. Perfect for the most important day of your life. Create your perfect day in a stately home more romantic than any castle or hotel.