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Notice: Please note that there are currently road works on the approach to Baddesley. We are open as usual and directional signage has been placed on the roads.
A place to come back to
Baddesley Clinton was the home of the Ferrers family for 500 years.
Much of the house you see today was built by Henry Ferrers, a lawyer, diarist and antiquarian, in the late 1500s.
The house was a sanctuary not only for the Ferrers family, but also for persecuted Catholics who were hidden from priest hunters in its secret hiding places during the 1590s.
- Start your visit with an introductory talk at the front of the house (last entrance to the house is 4.30pm) to find out more about the fascinating and unexpected stories Baddesley Clinton has to offer.
- Finish by enjoying the delightful menu in the Barn Restaurant or find something to remember your day with, in our gift shop.
Come back soon...We're open all year, except 24 and 25 December, so pop back to see the changing seasons in the gardens, or for one of our events.
A Tudor refuge - over the course of its 500 year history, Baddesley Clinton has provided refuge for those seeking to escape the outside world.
This year we're taking a closer look at the story of the Tudors and the Catholic priests, who lived in dangerous times.
We're now open 363 days a year and carry out our deep clean whilst remaining open.
Come and stroll around the gardens at Baddesley Clinton - from the walled garden to the vegetable patch and beyond.
Also you can take a gentle walk across the fields, lanes and canal paths.The Baddesley Clinton to Packwood Walk is a beautiful stroll through the Arden countryside, taking in the Stratford-upon-Avon canal.
Join us for an evening talk on a range of subjects followed by a 2 course supper in the Barn Restaurant, and a chance to stroll in the gardens after hours.
Every Thursday throughout September - booking is essential 01564 783294
This September, we have talks about falconry, Britain's inland waterways, Victorian journalist John Henry Walsh and The Great War.