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Worcestershire & Herefordshire

Berrington Hall

Georgian grandeur on a human scale; neoclassical mansion by Henry Holland set in 'Capability' Brown's final landscape and gardens

near Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 0DW

Berrington Hall, a prominent feature, can be spotted in the distance within the vast parkland, with trees framing the border of the frame.

Planning your visit

A colourful graphic with children at play, rainbows, butterflies, sunshine, bunting, musical notes and more.

Summer of Play at Berrington Hall 

Have you planned your Summer of Play? Discover the adventures you could have at Berrington Hall this summer.

A sunny day in the garden, featuring a mix of white, purple, and pinkish flowers in full bloom, creating a vibrant and colourful display.

The garden at Berrington Hall 

As the final landscape garden project completed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, Berrington's garden is internationally significant.

An interior view of the top of the Staircase Hall at Berrington Hall, Herefordshire, which has tall pillars and decorative plasterwork on the ceiling.

Visit the mansion 

Built in 1778-81 for Thomas Harley, son of the 3rd Earl of Oxford, Berrington Hall is one of the few masterpieces of the architect Henry Holland's to survive intact.

Three visitors, one of whom is using a mobility scooter, exploring the grounds of Berrington Hall, Herefordshire, with their dog.

Visiting Berrington with your dog 

Berrington Hall is a two pawprint rated place. Find out where you can explore before you visit.

Seat under a quince tree in the Walled Garden in May at Berrington Hall, Herefordshire.

Upcoming events at Berrington Hall 

From seasonal family trails, to tours and talks. Find out about all of the upcoming events at Berrington Hall.


Berrington Hall map 

Take a look at the walks and access maps of Berrington Hall to help plan your visit.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland

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