Biddulph Grange - things to see

Bridge over the pool at Biddulph Grange Garden

The China Garden at Biddulph Grange 

Surely Biddulph’s most memorable garden with its bright, loud, foreign colours, lit up with gold.

Entering the Pinetum via a curved stone tunnel adds an element of surprise

The Pinetum 

A stone tunnel leads to a magnificent curving path which weaves its way through conifers, hollies, yews and oaks.

The half-timbered Cheshire Cottage

The Cheshire Cottage

A half-timbered Cheshire Cottage with the date 1856 and the Batemans’ initials J&MB inscribed on the maroon plasterwork of the upper storey. A hidden and unexpected crossing place of spaces and levels

The stunning views from Wellingtonia Avenue

Wellingtonia Avenue

A masterpiece of modern garden restoration. It has taken 20 years to return this part of the garden to its former Victorian glory. From the urn at the top of the avenue you can see the views across Biddulph valley.

Geological Gallery 2016

The Geological Gallery 

Geology meets theology - a unique Victorian display of fossils and geological strata according to the Biblical days of creation, a fascinating journey through time

Flora growing amonst the stumps

The Stumpery 

The oldest stumpery in the country and the inspiration for many more. A magical place.

Lime Avenue

Lime Avenue

Neatly edged formal lawns run on both sides of the gently curving gravel drive and the fine old limes. The oldest part of the garden, once part of the original toll road between Biddulph and neighbouring Congleton,


The Dahlia Walk 

Biddulph’s most spectacularly colourful showpiece

Stone Sphinxes in the Egypt Garden