Gardens and parks in Shropshire and Staffordshire
With masterpieces of Victorian garden design, historic orchards, walled gardens and beautiful parkland, Shropshire and Staffordshire have perfect leafy places to explore with your family.
Enjoy a walk around Attingham’s restored Walled Garden and discover the seasonal top things to spot in the kitchen garden, orchard and pleasure grounds.
Explore the walled garden, formal garden and arboretum at Shugborough in Staffordshire, the former home of the late Patrick Lichfield.
Explore the garden where garden rooms lead into each other. See exotic plants, Grade II listed sculptures and seasonal blooms.
The garden at Wightwick is the perfect place for a walk after enjoying the delights of the house. Designed by Thomas Mawson, today it has something to see no matter what the season.
Explore Moseley’s walled gardens to discover 17th-century plants, a heritage orchard and intricate knot garden. Climb the tree hide and build a den in the King’s Walk Woods beyond.
Explore the garden at Sunnycroft, part of this fascinating 'estate in miniature' nestled in the suburban surroundings of the market town of Wellington.
Get away from it all and enjoy a little peace and tranquility in the garden complete with views as far as the eye can see and a love of art that seeps through.