Spring walking in Worcestershire

The woodlands and parks of Worcestershire are the ideal place to get out and enjoy nature this spring.

Family walking dogs

Which places are open and what you need to know before you visit 

We’ve opened more than 100 gardens and parks in England and Northern Ireland through advanced booking. From Monday 6 July, we’re gradually opening gardens and parklands in Wales. Tickets are released on Friday for the following week. More than 200 coast and countryside car parks are open across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. All National Trust houses remain closed for now. Read this article to find out what's open and what to expect from your visit.

Grandfather Clock in winter
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Coughton Court family walk 

This gentle walk starts from the Stableyard and takes you across a meadow into Timm's Grove - our bluebell wood.

photo of a daffodil with temple greenhouse in background
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Spring walk at Croome near Worcester 

Croome springs to life and is a great time to enjoy a leisurely circular walk with a chance to discover the outer parkland taking in the flora and fauna beginning to emerge with our downloadable trail.

A walk in the Park at Hanbury Hall
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Hanbury park walks- The blue route 

Enjoy a short walk across Hanbury's parkland

Dog on a walk
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Clent Hills dog walk 

With cool pools, muddy puddles, woods and open grassland, the Clent Hills offer a doggy paradise.

A walk with a stunning view of the Malverns
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A walk in Elgar country 

Take a walk in Elgar country, an easy circular walk of approx. 2 miles


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