Discover bluebells this spring at Nuffield Place
Important notice: Please note that Nuffield Place is now closed for the foreseeable future for the safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers. Please keep an eye on our website for any updates. From mid-April to May at Nuffield Place, the woodland surrounding the house become covered in bluebells, adding a beautiful sea of colour to the landscape. Whether it’s dry or wet outside, the bluebells remain a beauty to behold, and make a day out at Nuffield Place extra special.
Where to find the bluebells at Nuffield Place
The bluebells can be found on the woodland walk just behind the house at Nuffield Place. Head to Visitor Reception to pick up an estate map and get exploring in hunt of these delicate flowers. The woodland walk can be uneven at times, but is suitable for even the littlest of legs, and even four-legged friends on leads are welcome to enjoy the beautiful spring flowers at Nuffield Place. There is a path leading up to the bluebells, which means they are completely accessible to see as well.
We hope you make the most of this unique time of year to see the delicate bluebells blooming. However, we also ask that you take care to stay on the footpaths when enjoying the bluebells, as even the most careful can cause more damage than they may realise. Help us to protect the bluebells for future generations to enjoy.
Make a day of your visit to Nuffield Place
The bluebells sure are a sight to be seen, but there’s also so much to see in the gardens and house at Nuffield Place. Learn all about the inspiring history of Lord and Lady Nuffield in the house, grab a treat in the tearoom, or take in the early spring sunshine in the gardens.
If you want to see more bluebells in the region, why not pop over the Greys Court, just a few minutes down the road, where the woods are blanketed in blue swathes of colour.