Getting active at Hanbury Hall

Take a stroll through the park at Hanbury Hall

There are plenty of ways to get active at Hanbury Hall. Whether that is a brisk walk around the gardens or taking part in our Trust 10 runs every month.

Walks

There are lots of different walks that you can go on at Hanbury. We have a variety of parkland walks that range from 30 minutes to 2 hours and include stunning views of the Worcestershire countryside.

Exercise your body and mind with some nordic walking
Nordic Walking
Exercise your body and mind with some nordic walking

If you don’t fancy one of the parkland walks then you could always just take a stroll through the beautiful formal gardens at Hanbury. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the George London parterre, the wilderness inspired by Emma Vernon, and the fruit and veg of the Orchards and Walled Garden.

Running

We have a monthly Trust 10 event at Hanbury hall which takes place on the fourth Sunday of every month. This is a free event where you can run our 10km course in the parkland with other members of the running community.

If that is not for you and you enjoy running solo, then you can come and still run the route on your own during normal opening hours. The Trust 10 route is permanently signposted in the parkland so you can find your way around the route.

Cycling

Although we do not allow cycling on the property at Hanbury due to conservation reasons, Hanbury Hall is the perfect stop off for a breather! What better place to enjoy a cup of tea and a homemade slice of cake than the beautiful gardens. We have cycle racks down at our Visitor Reception so you are able to leave your bikes safely while you enjoy your visit at Hanbury.