Upton House and Gardens

In 1927 Lord and Lady Bearsted viewed Upton House with ‘the eye of imagination’ and soon set about creating their made-to-measure country home.

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Things to see and do 

Now open seven days a week

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What's on 

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Upcoming events

Nature Days

Thu 16 Aug 2018
Fill the long summer holidays by visiting Upton House this August. We are holding two nature days on the 2 and 16 August which will see Upton hosting local wildlife and nature charities.

Afternoon Tea In Iris's

Fri 17 Aug 2018
Treat yourself to a delicious afternoon tea in our vintage kitchen.

Bat Talk and Walk

Fri 17 Aug 2018
Learn about these fascinating residents of Upton on an evening talk in Iris's Tea Room followed by a walk with our friendly bat experts.

Music on the Lawn

Sat 18 Aug 2018
A month of music on the perfectly manicured Upton lawn, discover up and coming artists and more established singers.

Afternoon Tea Talk - Kitty Lloyd Jones Upton's Plantswoman & Garden Designer

Thu 13 Sep 2018
Discover the story of Kitty Lloyd Jones, one of the first female Horticulturists and her influence on the garden at Upton.

Give it a go - Silk Dyeing Workshop

Wed 19 Sep 2018
SOLD OUT - Learn how to make a silk scarf inspired by the gardens at Upton. Local artist, Lis Mann will provide you with all the tuition and materials to make your own version of her fabulous hand dyed silk scarves.
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Get involved

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Join the team at Upton 

It’s great to get involved in what we do - it’s fun, interesting and social. Everyone involved helps support our cause. So why not join the team as a volunteer?

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Supporter Groups in Warwickshire 

Discover supporter groups in and around Warwickshire and get involved in helping the National Trust look after special places

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Our work

The long, double herbaceous borders running down to the pond at Upton House, Warwickshire.

Conserving the herbaceous border 

This garden conservation project started in July 2017. Over the next three years a different section of our impressive double herbaceous border will undergo replanting.

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Keeping the grass growing green  

Turf maintenance is a year round task for the garden team. Following a regular maintenance programme of weekly checks for the signs of wear and a rotation of areas being open and closed are all part of the turf plan for Upton.

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People in the gallery

Group visits to the made to measure home 

We have a new range of visits available for groups to tie in with our Made to Measure Home presentation. There is a new room for groups to have refreshments and new tours available. Our team will be on hand to help your visit run smoothly.

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Venue hire

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Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Upton House and Gardens on the National Trust Collections website