Autumn in the gardens at Baddesley Clinton

Take a stroll through our parkland

Baddesley's a great place to enjoy a leisurely stroll in the autumn sun and take in the glorious colours, not only of the leaves but also in our famous dahlia border.

The dahlias are at their peak in September and will flower right the way through to the first frosts in early November.

Find out more about how we create the dahlia border.

Our famous dahlia border will be in full flower from late summer till the first frosts
Baddesley's dahlias
Our famous dahlia border will be in full flower from late summer till the first frosts

The pumpkins from the vegetable garden will all have been harvested and used to decorate the property during October for Hallowe'en.

Our pumpkin harvest
A display in the Donkey Shack
Our pumpkin harvest

 From late October we ask visitors to help us collect up leaves – a lovely opportunity for people big and small to get involved and help us look after Baddesley – even if just for 10 minutes!

One of Baddesley's squirrels
Spot them hiding their nuts away
One of Baddesley's squirrels