Houses and gardens
We care for some of the most beautiful gardens and parkland in the country and summer is the very best time to enjoy their colours and smells.
Meadows, herbs, vegetables, roses or formal borders you'll find all of these and more at places across the Midlands.
Historic Houses Association offer
We're pleased to be working with the Historic Houses Association to offer our members 2 for 1 entry at selected Historic Houses Association attractions in the Midlands.
From 1 July to 31 August you can use your membership to visit some other unique places in the region.
Theatre under open skies
Open air performances have a magic all of their own. Every summer the places in our care use their magnificent settings as a backdrop to outdoor theatre productions.
So pack a picnic and enjoy the smell of the grease-paint and roar of the crowd in some very special places
Whether you're looking for a hearty lunch or a nice cup of tea, we're sure there is a tea-room that will suit you in the Midlands.
Hot drinks, light lunches, afternoon tea and let's not forget delicious cakes await you and all with their own unique views.
Stoneywell opens its doors
A rare surviving example of a traditional Arts and Crafts family home, Stoneywell in Leicestershire, opened its doors on 2 February 2015 offering you an insight into a pivotal moment in Britain’s art and design history and an intimate portrait of domestic life.
Stoneywell is open seven days a week until 30 November when it will close for two months for conservation. Due to its small size, all visits must be booked in advance.