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Winterbourne House and Garden

Winterbourne Botanic Garden 58 Edgbaston Park Road | University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2RT, England
+44 121 414 3003
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Lovely Edwardian House & Garden

We visited on the first day of re-opening. The house is very well kept and is a large Edwardian... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
OzzyKT
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Kettering, United Kingdom
Excellent place to visit.

I first went to Winterbourne to attend a painting class. The class was excellent and well worth the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Rosie663
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Restored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction – set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Only minutes from Birmingham city centre, Winterbourne is a hidden gem – home to beautiful antiques and over 6,000 plant species from around the world. Wander along the woodland walk, stroll through the hazelnut tunnel, cross the 1930’s Japanese Bridge or simply soak up the tranquillity of this perfectly English Edwardian home.
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“tea room” (70 reviews)
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Winterbourne Botanic Garden 58 Edgbaston Park Road | University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2RT, England
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We visited on the first day of re-opening. The house is very well kept and is a large Edwardian family home with all the mod-cons of the time. There is a café within where we both had a nice jacket potato. The gardens are over...More

Thank OzzyKT
Reviewed 1 week ago

I first went to Winterbourne to attend a painting class. The class was excellent and well worth the cost. The house is interesting but the garden and grounds are spectacular. The plants are beautiful and the landscape stunning. There is a wonderful woodland walk which...More

Thank Rosie663
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The house was a real surprise to us. If felt as if the family who owed it might walk round the corner at any time. So atmospheric. Beautifully kept. A real treat.

Thank Thorntons23
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

spend the day strollling around vast gardens before exploring the house.Tea room really good too.Plants on sale shop and many events and activities.Stunning around autumn and very reasonably priced

Thank beetlejuice2014
Reviewed 10 December 2017

An arts and crafts country residence in an urban setting with original outbuildings tastefully adapted into a printworks, cafe and sculpture centre. The building tells a story of its owner in a fascinating way; I've never seen such engaging display techniques before. Walled kitchen garden...More

Thank kmkwilliams
Reviewed 10 December 2017

A superb place, would love to move in, delightful venue.Lovely walks and interesting plants, and gardens. Afternoon tea was a treat, thank you, we will be back .

Thank kate616275
Reviewed 6 December 2017

I've been going the Winterbourne House and Garden for many years. I go more for the garden than the house. Whatever mood I arrive in, I always leave feeling calm. I once joked to the ticket officer that it should be available on prescription. On...More

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Reviewed 3 December 2017

I go here on a monthly basis because it's beautiful and the coffee is great! I'm a student at the university so admission is free which is a bonus. Always bring a camera to get some great pictures of the gardens!

Thank Catriona B
Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

If Arts and Crafts design is your thing then you will love Winterbourne House and Gardens. The period furniture and William Morris wallpaper make this place special. Even in November, the gardens look good. The glasshouses are especially interesting and be sure to see the...More

Thank Luke W
Reviewed 26 November 2017

Arrived around quarter past one and wish we had gone an hour earlier, as to have lunch-very good- and see both the garden and the house thoroughly , really justified a longer visit and closing time was 4pm. We were blessed with lovely sunny weather...More

Thank robcla_8
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Tibblington
13 June 2017|
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Response from Jayne E | Reviewed this property |
yes you can get the 98 or the x64 from old square near Snow Hill and get off on Edgbaston Park Road just down from the house & garden. it's about a 20 minute journey
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poorbuthappy10
16 April 2017|
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Response from winterbourn | Property representative |
Hi there, thank you for your question, it takes about 10 minutes to walk to us from University station if you cut through the campus. Following the road takes longer. The 98 and 99 buses drop you off just a few minutes walk... More
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Focker1
1 February 2017|
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Response from winterbourn | Property representative |
You can stay nearby at VenueBirmingham. I'm afraid tripadvisor won't allow web links. Hope this helps!
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