Group Visits to Biddulph Grange
There is so much to do with your friends on a group visit to Biddulph Grange Garden from learning to relaxing, and walking to eating cake - we have it all on offer.
This Grade 1 listed masterpiece is one of the most exciting survivals of the great age of Victorian gardening. The garden is laid out so that the visitor is led from one area to another in a journey of discovery and exploration.
The garden is built of the side of the Biddulph valley featuring historical planting, interspersed are statues and buildings to discover along with a unique geological gallery. Biddulph Grange Garden is a garden for all seasons from the spring bulbs to the rhodedendron show and late summer dahlias to the glorious autumn colours and the winter grandeur of the architectural evergreen hedges.
Food and drink
There are 2 places to eat and drink - Bateman's Cafe offers a wide range of lunches, cakes, snacks and drinks and the newly-opened Camelia House, with a view of the garden, has drinks and cakes on offer. For morning groups, there is an option to pre-book coffee on arrival.
The shop has a range of souvenirs and plants for you to take a memory of Biddulph Grange home with you.
Opening and admission prices
We’re open every day of the year except 24 and 25 December. We welcome groups of all sizes and discounts apply to groups over 15. Group admission rates (15+) for non-NT members are £9.00 per person.
• Complimentary admission voucher for your familiarisation visit
• Free entry for tour leader and driver on the day of your group visit
• Coach meet and greet available on request
• Free parking at the visitor centre
• Refreshment voucher for driver
Bicycle riders are welcome, and we have places to secure bikes at reception.
Assistance dogs only are permitted within the Garden.
Our garden features over 400 steps throughout, as well as many gravel paths, stepping stones, and open sources of water. The Garden is Grade 1 listed, and as a result you will find few handrails available. Some visitors using wheelchairs and walking aids may find areas of the garden difficult to access, and we would ask that you’d contact us before you visit to help plan your visit.
How to book
A visit can last from a few hours to a full day.
We would be delighted to provide a short introductory talk for your group on arrival. Short guided tours can also be booked but are subject to the availability of our volunteers. If you would like a tour, please make a request on your booking form and we will do our very best to accommodate you.
Due to on-going conservation work, some areas may be under restoration during your visit.
We accept credit and debit cards at reception, in our shops, and tea room.
If you require further information or wish to make a provisional booking, please call us on 01782 517999.
Why not combine your visit to Biddulph Grange Garden with a trip to Little Moreton Hall? It's only six miles away, so your group can visit both.