Orchards are an important part of our heritage, however recent years have seen large declines in their numbers. Fortunately we have many in our care and have worked hard to maintain and restore them for visitors to enjoy.
Attingham's orchard is a special place, with 37 varieties of cooking and eating apples grown.
Autumn is harvest time at Brockhampton as the heritage varieties in the orchard are ripe and ready to be picked. Come along and join in with the picking.
Calke’s orchard is an autumn highlight, producing local and historic apple varieties.
The stunning orchards in the Walled Kitchen Garden at Clumber Park provide more than just visual beauty but a source of produce for the Cafe.
Coughton Court has so many places for you to explore and discover, but when you just need a gentle stroll make sure you come into to our orchards which offer you a lovely quiet area.
Croome’s orchard has a mixture of young trees planted by staff and volunteers, as well as older trees which hint at the use of the land over the past 300 years.
The orchard at Dudmaston is a space to relax and unwind amongst the apple trees where gardeners and volunteers work throughout the year to ensure the trees bear fruit.
This time of year come and see the many different apple varieties grown in the Gunby gardens. Can you guess how many we have?
Harvest season is upon us, and we're inviting you to pick your own apple in the Hanbury Orchard. Every year, apples from the orchard are available to take home in return for a donation, which helps to care for the orchard into the future.
Whatever the time of year the orchards at Hardwick have much to offer visitors.
We are on an exciting mission at The Firs, Elgar’s Birthplace, to discover the varieties of Apples and Pears that are growing successfully in our orchard.
Read about our work to restore the Orchard and Apple Presses.
Admire the traditional varieties of apples, pears, medlars and quince in the orchard at Moseley Old Hall, and sit back and relax surrounded by fruit trees.
There's a very special orchard at Packwood with particular memories for many visitors.
With over 52 varieties of apple grown here at Wightwick, can you find your favourite?
Isaac Newton's apple tree is still green and growing in this corner of Lincolnshire
Traditional orchards are wonderful places for fruit, wildlife and people. With huge losses in the last 60 years, traditional orchards are under threat.
The orchards we look after are not only important historically and for supplying our tea-rooms with fruits, but also as key habitats for many forms of wildlife.
From luxurious afternoon tea to a pot of tea with a cracking view, you'll find it all at one of our tea-rooms.