Tulip Festival at Morton Hall Gardens

In spring 2025, enjoy a day in a beautiful garden and support costume making at the RSC

  Tickets for Morton Hall 2025 are now on sale.

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Morton Hall Tulip Festival 2025

Saturday 3 to Monday 5 May 2025, 10am-5pm (last entry at 3.30pm).

In spring 2025 Morton Hall Gardens opens its gates to visitors for its annual Tulip Festival, with all ticket sales supporting costume-making at the RSC. More than 100 tulip varieties can be admired in borders, pots and three cut flower marquees, revealing the magic and splendour of the queen of the spring flowers.

Bloms Bulbs, winner of 70 Chelsea Gold medals, supply the bulbs and will be on site with expert advice on your favourite choices.

Lunches and refreshments will be available from the East Terrace Garden cafe and take-away options will also be available to enjoy on the day as you stroll around the gardens.

Original costumes will be on display showcasing the incredible skills of the RSC costume team.

We would love for you to join us in celebrating the arrival of spring.

Tulip Festival Booking

Morton Hall Gardens, Morton Hall Lane, Redditch, B96 6SJ 

Saturday 3 to Monday 5 May 2025, 10am-5pm (last entry at 3.30pm).
Tickets are £15 per person (under 12s free) and support costume-making at the RSC. 

All tickets are booked in time slots and must be booked in advance. Each time slot has a limited capacity and we recommend a stay time of up to two hours.  

Tickets will not be sent in the post but you will be asked to share your name and order number to gain entrance on the day.   

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Food and Drink

Food and drink will be available throughout the day in two locations. A take away tent will serve grab and go food all designed to be purchased and eaten whilst enjoying the gardens and the East Garden Terrace cafe will serve tea, coffee and cake all day, and plated meals from 11.30am. 

Vegan and gluten free options will be available.

Patron Tours

RSC Patrons can join Morton Hall's Head Gardener for an exclusive tour of the gardens to learn more about the history of the gardens, planting tips and how the team maintain the tulip displays. Tickets are free but a ticket for Morton Hall is required and should be booked in a timeslot ahead of the tour start time.

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Morton Hall Gardens are private and therefore paths and stepping stones are not secured as they would be in a public garden. The ground may be uneven and affected by weather conditions. Grass pathways will be more difficult to navigate during wet weather. Watch our video above to show you the paths and routes around the gardens to inform your visit. Whilst Morton Hall do their best to guide visitors safely across uneven surfaces, people visit at their own risk.

  • Accessible toilets are available on site.
  • Disabled people may book a companion ticket free of charge.
  • Free parking is available on site in an adjacent field, with spaces reserved close to the entrance for those with limited mobility.
  • Dogs (except assistance dogs) are not admitted.

For more information please watch our Morton Hall access video.

If you would like to come back and see the gardens at other times during the season, you may be able to book an appointment. For booking availability and more information about Morton Hall Gardens, please visit mortonhallgardens.co.uk.

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