Latest News

  • New Volunteer Role
    We have a vacancy for a new volunteer role to help us with the ongoing running of Winterbourne. We are looking for a maintenance volunteer who can help assist with the essential maintenance of the house...
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  • Winter Garden Tasks
    The February Notebook has been published over on the blog and it suggests garden tasks that February is perfect for, as well as offering garden inspiration and insight into what looks good at Winterbourne....
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  • The Latest Garden Team blog
    The latest blog from the garden team explores the amazing work carried out by amateur gardeners, from the inspirational Gertrude Jekyll to our very own cacti volunteers. Read all about it here:  Read More...
  • January Garden Tasks
    With the weather finally dropping below 10 degrees and the rain seemingly unrelenting, it can be difficult to motivate yourself to get out in the garden. But keeping on top of your garden tasks can help...
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  • 2016 Highlights
    As we approach our annual closed period we look forward to another event packed year in 2016. The 2016 events leaflet is now available and you can take a look at it by clicking Read More...
  • The Artist Gardener
    The garden team's latest blog post is out! This month they're looking at the relationship between artists and garden design, from Gertrude Jekyll to our most recent artist in residence, Anne Parouty. There's...
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Welcome to Winterbourne House & Garden

 

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.

Opening Times and Prices 2016

We open for all Bank Holidays and University Closed days (click here for a list) unless otherwise advertised. On those days we use weekend opening hours.

Please note that we close for approximately two weeks over the Christmas period in order to prepare the house and garden for the new year. 

Jan - March

10am - 4pm weekdays 
11am - 4pm weekends
Last entry to the whole site, including tea room, house and garden at 3pm. House closes at 3.30pm

Apr - Oct
10am - 5.30pm weekdays
11am - 5.30pm weekends
Last entry to the whole site, including tea room, house and garden at 4.30pm. House closes at 5.00pm.

Nov - Dec
10am - 4pm weekdays
11am - 4pm weekends
Last entry to the whole site, including tea room, house and garden at 3pm. House closes at 3.30pm.

Prices 2016

Ticket Type

Gift Aid

Non Gift Aid

Season Ticket

Single

£6

£5.45

£24

Concession*

£5

£4.45

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Family*

£18

£16

£46

1+1

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-

£38

 * Concessions are children from the age of 5 up to 16, and adults over 65. Children under the age of 5 visit for free. Students with a valid ID card also benefit from concession rate entry.

* Family ticket for two adults and up to four children

Current University of Birmingham Staff/Students have free entry on production of their ID card. 

RHS members have free entry Monday - Wednesday throughout the year (excluding event days).  

Members of the Historic Houses Association also have free entry on the production of their HHA Membership Card.

Winterbourne Twitterings

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What Our Visitors Say

'The gardens are absolutely beautiful! Relaxing and quaint.' July 2015

'A lovely hidden gem' July 2015

'The house is a revelation. It surpassed all expectations. Really beautiful.' August 2015

'Very interesting, beautiful house. Gardens good- such a diversity of plants.' August 2015

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Winterbourne House & Garden
University of Birmingham, 58 Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RT
Tel: 0121 414 3003    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.