Find out how to get active at Hanbury Hall
COMING SOON - Surf, Sweat and Tears: The Life of Ted Deerhurst Exhibition. This fascinating exhibition explores the epic life of Ted Deerhurst, the only son of the 11th Earl of Coventry, who pursued a life of surf and sun.
Let your four legged friend enjoy the outdoors with you and explore the parkland with magnificent views of Croome's house and park along this walk.
The Clent Hills offer a haven of peace and tranquility, with beautiful woodland and plenty of wildlife, perfect to blow away the cobwebs with an autumn ramble.
This short walk is perfect for a winter afternoon family stroll and leads through woodland to the top of the hill, where on a clear day the Welsh Black Mountains are visible.
With cool pools, muddy puddles, woods and open grassland, the Clent Hills offer a doggy paradise.
Enjoy a short walk across Hanbury's parkland
Horse riders will love this leisurely, scenic trek through the Clent Hills.
Spotter sheets, family trails and more means there's so much to keep the family entertained this summer.
Wild play area, bird hide, spotter sheets, family trails and more means there's so much to keep the family entertained through the autumn.
Explore the outdoors with this hi tech treasure hunting game. Find out how you can get involved at the Clent Hills.
We have nearly 400 acres of park, full of woodland and fields for you and your dog to explore.
Enjoy the breath-taking Worcestershire countryside whilst taking on a new challenge.
Take a trip around The Elgar Route with artist Antony Bridge
The Clent Hills are crisscrossed with bridleway, providing a challenge for off road cyclist.
Get outdoors and navigate the Clent Hills this February half term with family workshops and trails.
The Clent Hills are a great place for enjoying some fresh air and open space with your dog. Here's a quick guide to exploring the area with your four legged friend.
This May enjoy our newest '50 Things to do before you're 11¾' at Hanbury Hall
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