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Winterbourne House and Garden

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Winterbourne House and Garden

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Winterbourne Botanic Garden 58 Edgbaston Park Road University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2RT England
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Charlie T wrote a review Jan 10
Great Barr, United Kingdom15 contributions8 helpful votes
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Had a lovely walk this morning around the gardens and the staff were very polite and helpful. Would definitely recommend if you want to get out the house and take a walk round (local restrictions permitting obviously at the moment ! )
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Date of experience: January 2021
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ANGIEB wrote a review Jan 3
Birmingham, United Kingdom341 contributions116 helpful votes
I visited here in August when the pop up out door catering facilities were running and had a delicious home made fresh tuna sandwiches and scones with cream and jam and hot drinks on the terrace outside. Unfortunately we were in able to visit the inside of the house or the Edgbaston pool , but we were given return tickets so came back in December. Unfortunately there were no catering facilities or the opportunity to visit the house again, but we were able to walk around the pool. There is a lovely gift shop that also sells plants through the year .staff are well mannered and helpful. Can’t wait to come back when the weather is better and the house is fully open. A beautiful peaceful place.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Layla Hale wrote a review Jan 3
England, United Kingdom11 contributions1 helpful vote
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Went here around four months ago with my friends. It's so beautiful and peaceful here. No noise from the city, it's in an almost countryfied area. Really lustrous, colourful gardens, with various little areas that are a little bit different and unique to each other. They have an orchard, a gorgeous Japanese bridge over a small pond, glass houses full of succulents and cacti, some really exquisite sites there, and all in its just a relaxing, pleasent walk through that you can take your time strolling around in, for as long as you want. House we couldn't see, but had some afternoon tea there and sat outside, good prices for tea and cake, really delicious as well. Not sure if the cakes are made there or bought in, or if they have the same cakes through the year or change the options around, but they have a good selection to pick from. Definitely will try and go back there when they're able to open the house to the public.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Phillip H wrote a review Oct 2020
23 contributions5 helpful votes
For the admission price you are getting the 'best of both worlds ' , the experience of the magnificent Edwardian House , which has a unique magical atmosphere ! The splendid grounds , well maintained example of the ' Edwardian ' style , & if that isn't enough , you have an interesting walk through further 'horticultural ' offerings ! If you want refreshments , the food/ drink is first class !
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Cairo27 wrote a review Oct 2020
Coventry, United Kingdom109 contributions58 helpful votes
Visited as a result of our son becoming a UoB student, he gets in free. We decided to become members, £60 for a yearly family ticket, limited parking outside, but overflow multi-storey car park close by. The house is currently closed due to Covid unfortunately. Gardens cover seven acres, so you are not shoulder to shoulder with others. No tickets to book online but due to the size, unlikely to be refused entry due to numbers.My favourite was the cactus house, a wide variety to see. Only 3 persons allowed in at one time, well thought out. Delicious cake and coffee served on the terrace. Very Covid friendly, hand sanitisers, one way system etc. I notice how careful all seating on the cafe terrace was cleaned in between different guests arriving and departing. Staff were polite and helpful. Shop sold nice items and a second hand book shop too. No negatives, lovely oasis in such a large city. Driven past so many times and felt disappointed not discovered before. A lot of thought and care gone into public safety due to Covid. This was also replicated at the Barber Art Institute, just down the road also owned by the UoB.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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