Opening times for 4 December 2023
Asset Opening time Mansion Closed Garden 10:00 - 16:00 Park 10:00 - 16:00 Tea-room 10:00 - 15:30 Second-hand bookshop 10:00 - 16:00
Last entry to the mansion is one hour before closing. On weekdays from November 6 2023 to December 22nd 2023, the mansion will be open for guided tours only. Please book online. | Please note: Thanks to the funds raised by our supporters, we are continuing vital stonework restoration at Berrington Hall. This may cause some disruptions for visitors to the Stables Café. We appreciate your understanding and ongoing support as we work to preserve this special place for generations to come.MTWTFSS2728293012345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031
Ticket type Gift aid Standard Adult £15.40 £14.00 Child £7.70 £7.00 Family £38.50 £35.00 Family one adult £23.10 £21.00 Group Adult £13.30 Group Child £6.65
Blue Badge parking. Mobility scooters for hire. Accessible toilet and Changing Place available. Access to mansion is via steps.
Accessible route and/or map
Powered mobility vehicle available
Braille (guide or menu)
Lift into Old Servants' Hall tea-room.
Large print (guide or menu)
To book virtual tour session, please call 01568 61572, or speak to a member of staff on arrival. The virtual tour is currently only available on weekends.
7 miles south of Ludlow on west side of A49 When approaching Berrington from Ludlow - as you enter the 40mph zone at Ashton, look out for a sharp right turn with a brown sign which will say 'Berrington Hall'.
Parking: free, 30 yards to visitor reception
Leominster 4 miles
Ludlow to Hereford (passing close Ludlow train station and Leominster), alight Luston, 2 miles
Winter hours at Berrington Hall
From 6 November, Berrington will be open Monday to Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. For the mansion, only guided pre-booked tours are available. Fully open on weekends. For detailed information, please check the 'Opening Times' tab at the top of this page.
Berrington Hall is a two pawprint rated place. Visit Berrington with your dog and enjoy walks through ‘Capability’ Brown’s final landscape. Find out where you can explore before you visit.
Take a look at the map of Berrington Hall to help plan your visit.
A neoclassical 18th-century mansion designed by Henry Holland, home to the Harley, Rodney and Cawley families.
Walled garden and pleasure grounds designed by 'Capability' Brown, including very rare curved walled garden.
Berrington's park was 'Capability' Brown's final complete estate and includes a serpentine pool, woodland and grazing cattle and sheep.
Play area overlooking parkland and just a short walk from the mansion. Includes slide, swings, willow tunnel and wooden xylophone.
Old Servants' Hall tea-room serving light lunches, warming one-pots, jacket potatoes, hot and cold drinks, cakes, ice cream, sandwiches, pasties and other tasty refreshments.
Bookshop in the courtyard stocked full of pre-loved books.
Enjoy a Georgian Christmas with traditional decorations, wreath-making workshops, and festive food and drink.
Grab your wellies and explore 250 acres of 'Capability' Brown parkland. There is plenty to keep little ones busy, with natural play and den building areas as well as a beautiful Georgian mansion and gardens to explore.
Ivan Morrison of the Peak Morison Studio will be returning to Berrington Hall to research and develop new ideas and possibilities for the ‘Curve’, with the help of students from Hereford College of Arts and the Sidney Nolan Trust
Berrington Hall is a bold red sandstone mansion contrasting with delicate neo-classical interiors and a rare masterpiece by architect Henry Holland.
Berrington is an internationally significant garden and final landscaping masterpiece completed by ‘Capability’ Brown, packed with signature features to enjoy.
Explore Lancelot 'Capability' Brown's vision of stunning views and winding walking trails through acres of parkland at Berrington.
Explore the nooks and crannies of Berrington's 'Capability' Brown-designed parkland and lake on this picturesque walk around the estate.
Enjoy this easy walk through Berrington Hall's parkland, which gives you the opportunity to construct your own makeshift shelter along the way.
Standing proud and strong, this fine Georgian mansion sits within 'Capability' Brown’s final garden and landscape. In the house, discover jewel-like interiors, designed by Henry Holland and home to the Harley, Rodney and Cawley families.
There are plenty of walks through the parkland through woodlands, wildflower meadows and around Berrington's pool, which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
The gardens are a treat for all the senses throughout the year, with bluebells and blossom in Spring, roses in summer and apples in autumn.
We have several projects underway and you may experience some changes to your visit. These will help keep Berrington safe for everyone, for ever.
Uncover 230 years of history at Berrington Hall. It started as an escape to the country for a city banker and was ‘Capability’ Brown’s final landscape project.