Orchards in Shropshire and Staffordshire

It wouldn't be autumn without a bounty of apples and some of our places in Shropshire and Staffordshire are home to rare and traditional varieties.

Apples growing at Dudmaston in Shropshire

Harvest week at Dudmaston 

Help us pick and press the apple harvest in the orchard. Sample our heritage apple varieties and take some freshly pressed juice home.

A view of the orchard at Attingham Park

An apple a day from Attingham's orchard 

Attingham's orchard is a special place, with 37 varieties of cooking and eating apples grown.

Looking through a tree laden with apples to the garden with Wightwick Manor in the background

Historic orchards at Wightwick Manor 

With over 52 varieties of apple grown here at Wightwick, can you find your favourite?

Apple trees in the Orchard in August at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire.

Harvesting traditional fruits at Moseley Old Hall 

Admire the traditional varieties of apples, pears, medlars and quince in the orchard at Moseley Old Hall. Try out how they taste in the tea-room and sit back and relax surrounded by fruit trees.