Easter at Hanbury

Family fun at Hanbury Hall

Over the Easter holidays we've got loads on to get everyone outside and exploring nature.

We’re open every day during the Easter holidays, so come and see us during the week too and try your hand at our nature themed garden trail and 50 Things challenge.

Our nature trail will be available Saturday 8th – Sunday 23rd April (excluding Friday 14th – Monday 17th) - Please note that there will be no Cadbury chocolate prize available for this trail.

Family fun at Hanbury Hall this Easter
Family fun at Hanbury Hall this Easter

If you’re looking for an escape from the crowds, venture out and find peace and quiet on the footpaths of Hanbury’s park.  We have walks suitable for all abilities. The Black Walk is a longer route taking in the wider estate and venturing off to nearby Hanbury Church; the extra effort will be worth it for the stunning views across the Worcestershire countryside. Our Historic Walk is a slightly more leisurely route, taking in historic park features, rare and unusual trees and an abundance of wildlife.

If you’d prefer to stay closer to home, take a stroll through the gardens and appreciate the spectacular blooms of colour from the daffodils, tulips and hyacinths in the Parterre. Elsewhere, the gardens are a haven for everyone’s favourite spring flowers including winter aconites, snowdrops, daffodils and bluebells. 

Also, look out for new wildlife; listen out for the woodpeckers hammering on the old oak trees, the new spring lambs bounding through the fields and ducklings waddling through the gardens – there’s always a new life to be spotted!

Take a stroll through the gardens
A walk in the Park at Hanbury Hall

Easter Afternoon Tea

Treat yourself and your family this Easter, with a delicious afternoon tea in Chambers. Avoid the queues and take a seat upstairs in our beautiful first floor tearoom. Indulge in freshly-made sandwiches loaded to the brim with all the best filling including smoked salmon, honey roast ham and cheese and red onion chutney. Freshly baked cakes and scones straight from the oven, topped with gooey fruity jam and clotted cream. All served with traditional loose leaf teas or a glass of cold wine or beer. We even have a special children’s afternoon tea too, with extra Easter inspired treats.

Tables available Saturday 8th - Sunday 23rd April between 1pm - 4.30pm. Friday 14th - Monday 17th April between 12pm - 4.30pm. To book, please call: 01527 821214.

Enjoy afternoon tea in Chambers
Enjoy afternoon tea in Chambers

Long Gallery

Before you leave, don't forget to pop by the Long Gallery and see another beautiful exhibition from Worcestershire artist David Birtwhistle. His watercolour depictions of historic architecture and landscapes are incredibly popular, in particular his interpretations of many National Trust properties across the country.

David will be in the Long Gallery from Wednesday 29th March until Sunday 30th April, 10am-5pm.