Gardens in the Midlands

After a mild Spring it won't be long before a sea of colour is emerging as spring bulbs, blossom and wild flowers begin to bloom in our gardens and parks. Here are some of the best places to spot them in the Midlands.

Visitors walking through a garden in spring

Visiting this spring 

Our gardens, parks and countryside sites are open. In England our shops are open, along with outdoor seating at cafés. In Wales some shops are open, and cafés are offering a takeaway service. Houses and other indoor areas are currently closed. The safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors from the nearby community remains our priority. We strongly advise booking your visits in advance, especially over the Easter holidays when places may be very busy. Please check the property webpage before you visit and follow government guidance on travel.

Close up of daffodils

Gardens in the Peak District and Derbyshire 

Discover the charms of the varied gardens at the places in our care across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

April in the Gunby gardens

Gardens in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire 

Take time out to enjoy the gardens around Nottingham and Lincolnshire.

Focusing down a path towards the Walled Garden gate, the sides of the path are in bloom with spring flowers

Gardens in Shropshire & Staffordshire 

The gardens at our special places in Shropshire and Staffordshire have much to offer at this time of year.

Spring flowers at Hanbury Hall

Gardens in Herefordshire and Worcestershire 

The gardens in Herefordshire and Worcestershire are starting to slowly burst back in to life. Why not take a trip out this spring and explore?

Crocus flowers and bee

Gardens in Warwickshire 

Our gardens and parklands are shaking off the chill of winter as spring flowers bring a rainbow of colour.

Visitors photographing the garden in October at Wightwick Manor

Gardens in Birmingham and West Midlands 

Explore the vibrant colours of gardens in the heart of the Midlands.