Come and enjoy the fresh air on a walk around Upton House and the surrounding countryside. Whether you choose to take a simple walk around the garden, or embark on one of our more challenging ambles, we've got the perfect routes to get some fresh air and exercise.
All walks start from the car park, which is kept locked outside of opening hours. In order to keep everyone safe all visitors must book a ticket to visit Upton House and Gardens in advance, including members, in order to access our car park.
The surrounding land is not in the care of the National Trust; so please follow the Countryside Code.
Arable ambling in Warwickshire's winter countryside, with the opportunity to stop off at a village pub along the way.
Enjoy a short circular walk from Upton House car park to the Edge for arable ambling, panoramic vistas, big skies and the frisson of a historic battle.
Circle Alfred Watkins' Cotswold ley line and enjoy panoramic vistas, big skies, and the frisson of a historic battle.
Our Pavilion Café is open everyday (times may vary) serving seasonal light bites, and a range of delicious hot and cold drinks to take away.
Learn about Kitty Lloyd Jones and how her arrival in the 1930s radically reshaped the garden.