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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...more
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Really relaxing morning exploring the gardens and the house here! Beautiful plants and I would think even more beautiful in summer. I think it would be quite expensive for a large group or family to go, but students from the University of Birmingham go free...More
Located only 5 miins drive from the city center, we got in free as an HHA member.. What a lovely house, with a great family history. The rooms, are still furnished how they would be in the turn of the century. Each room has many...More
It's an Edwardian home which has been restored. Features arts and crafts from that era.
The grounds are outstanding . Over 6000 bulbs. Shrubs , trees , grasses areas and flowers. Really beautiful in their full bloom.
Staff are friendly and welcoming and knowledgeable.
Love coming here!
Near the university, so nice to cycle to along the canal from the city centre.
Such a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of everything else!
None of this is massive, but offers excellent variety. Some planted cottage-garden beds, some...More
The varied gardens are beautiful at any time of year and so peaceful to walk in. My favorites are the cactus house and the sunken garden, particularly in autumn. Interesting Edwardian house, especially the kitchen and nursery. A mention also for the printing press and...More
Probably winter is not the best time to view the gardens but even then you gain a sense of the magnificence that they would portray when in full flower; the house presents itself in the period in which it was built and gives a feel...More