Explore the parkland

A walk in the Park at Hanbury Hall

With the weather warming up, make the most of your visit with a meander around the parkland, enjoying the sights of the Worcestershire countryside. Admire the colourful blooms of summer and see birds and butterflies on the wing.

 

A walk in the Park at Hanbury Hall

Summer walks at Hanbury Hall

Pull on your walking boots, grab a jacket and get ready to stretch your legs on a satisfyingly refreshing walk around the parkland. We recommend the blue route, taking in the beautiful views of the Worcestershire countryside.

 

The park and wider estate

Out in the parkland, work continues to restore the original George London designs.

Started seven years ago, the team at Hanbury are slowly recreating some of the historic avenues seen in the original plans and maps of the park.

The first trees are now starting to make a statement in the landscape and more trees are being planted in the Park every year.  The tree guards are made from timber from the NT Dudmaston Estate.

Work like this is extremely rare. Hanbury is only one of three gardens restored to its early eighteenth century designs and the work on the parkland may be unique.