Bluebells in the Midlands

Year after year people return in search of carpets of bluebells at our places. Ongoing woodland conservation and forest floor clearance is helping to create more suitable habitats for bluebells to bloom. Find a National Trust property near you with beautiful bluebells.

Walk through Bluebell Wood at Coughton Court, Warwickshire

Coughton Court, Warwickshire 

Come and enjoy the display of shimmering wildflowers here at Coughton Court.

Three friends talking surrounded by bluebells at Croft Castle in Herefordshire

Croft Castle, Herefordshire 

Don't miss our beautiful bluebells this spring.

Bluebells in Serpentine Wood at Calke Abbey, Derbyshire
Walking trail

Calke Abbey, Derbyshire 

A short spring walk at Calke Abbey through the best places on the estate to see bluebells.

A carpet of bluebells at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire

Kedleston, Derbyshire 

Spring is the perfect time to be walking at Kedleston, the ground becomes awash of spring colour. Bluebells are one of our favourites, there's nothing quite like them.

A glimpse of Gunby Hall through the bluebells

Gunby House and Gardens, Lincolnshire 

In April and May parts of the Gunby woodland turn blue with the welcome sight of dainty bluebells.

Clumber bluebells in May

Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire 

The word 'bluebell' signals that spring is underway with a shimmering blue carpet overhung with fresh green foliage. At Clumber Park, they usually look perfect for St. George's Day.

Bluebells flowering in Dudmaston garden, Shropshire

Dudmaston, Shropshire 

Don't miss Dudmaston's beautiful spring bluebell displays. Clearance of overgrown woodland areas over previous years is opening up new spaces for bluebells to bloom.

Take a moment to admire the beautiful colours of the Mandarin Duck

Longshaw, Burbage and the Eastern Moors, Peak District 

Volunteer Photographer and Walk Leader Kev has a wonderful eye for capturing wildlife moments. Discover more about how he is helping us all to feel closer to the creatures great and small at Longshaw.

Native bluebells in the pleasure grounds at Belton House, Lincolnshire

Belton, Lincolnshire 

Get out and about this springtime to explore Belton’s gardens and parkland.

Person sat down surrounded by bluebells

Croome, Worcestershire 

Admire the sea of bluebells around the Temple Greenhouse in the Church Shrubbery and the Island Pavilion at the lake.

bluebells carpeting the floor in woodland

Clent Hills, West Midlands 

People come from far and wide to see the hills transformed into a sea of blue.


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