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  • October Notebook
    The latest garden team blog post is up and running, you can read it here, with tips for keeping your garden tidy and don't miss Read More...
  • September blog out now
    The latest blog from the garden team is out now, click here to read about the latest work on the pergola and to find out what needs doing...
  • Follow the garden team blog
    The garden team here at Winterbourne are a wealth of knowledge, experience and ideas that help keep the garden looking its best. If you'd like to find out more about what they get up to, as well as getting...
  • August Inspiration
    Wondering what to plant in your garden this August? Here's a suggestion from one of our expert gardeners: The Chocolate foxglove The Chocolate foxglove, or Digitalis parviflora, is a rarely seen summer...
  • Summer Events at Winterbourne
    We've a host of exciting events coming up this summer that you won't want to miss. On 25th July the Jazz Ramblers join us for Jazz in the Gardens, an evening al fresco performance that is perfect with...
  • Rupert Brooke comes to Winterbourne
    Winterbourne House and Garden is very excited to be welcoming the final production of ‘Rupert Brooke’, a one-man play on the life of the celebrated First World War poet. After a successful tour across...
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Welcome to Winterbourne House & Garden


Restored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction – set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Only minutes from Birmingham city centre, Winterbourne is a hidden gem – home to beautiful antiques and over 6,000 plant species from around the world. Wander along the woodland walk, stroll through the hazelnut tunnel, cross the 1930’s Japanese Bridge or simply soak up the tranquillity of this perfectly English Edwardian home.

Opening Times and Prices 2015

We open for all Bank Holidays and University Closed days (click here for a list) unless otherwise advertised. On those days we use weekend opening hours. 

Jan - March

10am - 4pm weekdays 
11am - 4pm weekends
Last entry to the whole site, including tea room, house and garden at 3pm. House closes at 3.30pm

Apr - Oct
10am - 5.30pm weekdays
11am - 5.30pm weekends
Last entry to the whole site, including tea room, house and garden at 4.30pm. House closes at 5.00pm.

Nov - Dec
10am - 4pm weekdays
11am - 4pm weekends
Last entry to the whole site, including tea room, house and garden at 3pm. House closes at 3.30pm.

Prices 2015

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 * Concessions are children from the age of 5 up to 16, and adults over 65. Children under the age of 5 visit for free. Students with a valid ID card also benefit from concession rate entry.

* Family ticket for two adults and up to four children

Current University of Birmingham Staff/Students have free entry on production of their ID card. 

Members of the Historic Houses Association also have free entry on the production of their HHA Membership Card.

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Next Event

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What Our Visitors Say

'Wow! A little gem indeed!' May 2015

'Wonderful. What a lovely house. It has a warm feeling. It must have been a wonderful family home. It is so well kept with interesting/informative display boards. The garden is out of this world. Well done to all concerned.' June 2015

'Enjoyed the gardens-such variety and the guides were very informative. The house is superb-so well kept, full of interest. A most enjoyable visit.' July 2015

'The gardens are absolutely beautiful! Relaxing and quaint.' July 2015



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Winterbourne House & Garden
University of Birmingham, 58 Edgbaston Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2RT
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