Opening times for 10 December 2023
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Accessible toilet available. Paths around garden are steep in places with steps, uneven surfaces and protruding tree roots.
The garden itself is very steep and slippery in wet weather with protruding tree roots on some pathways
Starting November 6, The Weir will be open exclusively on weekends, welcoming visitors from 10:30 am to 4 pm. Explore the garden's winter charm and witness its captivating transformation.
Map of the visitor route and facilities at The Weir Garden
Beautiful ten acre riverside garden created in the late 18th century. Includes ancient trees, a rockery, Roman ruins and a picturesque picnic area next to the river.
Discover the historic walled garden, with colourful flower borders, seasonal produce and a 1920s Foster & Pearson glasshouse, where we're undertaking vital conservation work during summer 2022.
Explore the rich history of the parkland as you stroll through it, encountering Roman remains such as a bathhouse and stone buildings. Discover a terraced earth from the Iron Age, traces of a Roman road, and the remnants of an engineered mill pond.
Take a stroll next to the river, do some wildlife spotting, let of some steam in the natural play area, and play a game of hide and seek in nature's playground.
Explore the garden on the banks of the River Wye and discover the unusual walled garden, restored glasshouse, rockery and rustic hut.
Get the whole family outdoors and discover winter at The Weir Garden, with frosty parkland walks, festive craft activities, a children’s winter wildlife trail, and sweeping views over the Wye Valley.
Enjoy this short, circular walk around the parkland at The Weir Garden, exploring the rich history of the wider estate, discovering the hug variety of wildlife, and taking in the sweeping views over the Herefordshire countryside
Bordered by the River Wye, The Weir sits within unspoilt Herefordshire countryside and has many historical secrets to uncover. For centuries this site has been used as a pleasure ground for fishing, boating and swimming. It is managed in a natural way to create a varied habitat for wildlife.
In spring, see carpets of bulbs littered between ancient trees, in summer enjoy a picnic by the river to watch the wildlife and in autumn visit the walled garden bursting with seasonal produce.
The Weir Garden has a rich and varied history, from Roman settlement to family garden. Discover the stories of times past and learn about the garden’s history.
Discover how we manage the garden to provide a sustainable habitat for the wildlife and birds that call this place home.
Neglected for 50 years, the walled garden was brought back to life. Find out about its restoration project.