TULIP FESTIVAL AT MORTON HALL GARDENS

Enjoy a day in a beautiful garden from 4 to 6 May 2019 and support our Stitch In Time campaign

Following the great success of last year’s Open Days, we are joining Morton Hall Gardens next spring to host the first tulip festival in the Midlands. Immerse yourself in the glory of tulips in borders, colourful pots and cut flower displays, with expert advice from Bloms Bulbs, winner of 67 Chelsea Gold Medals.

Away from the stunning tulips, enjoy a peaceful stroll through Morton Hall’s woodland gardens with their gentle spring displays. Longer walks lead through the parkland meadow where camassias and alliums stand out from a sea of wildflowers.

Tulip Festival Booking

Saturday 4, Sunday 5 and Monday 6 May 2019, 10am – 4pm (last entry 3.30pm)

Tickets £10 per person (under 12s free) in support of Stitch In Time

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

Visitor numbers are limited, and advance booking is recommended. All pre-booked tickets will receive a complimentary postcard featuring Morton Hall’s tulip displays. Tickets purchased on the day are by cash only.

Book tickets

If you choose to ‘collect your ticket from the Box Office’ on checkout, it will be available from the garden entrance on the day. 

Refreshments and weather-proof seating will be on offer in a large marquee, as well as a display of original Royal Shakespeare Company costumes.

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.

“You can be sure we will visit next year.” – 2018 Visitor

ACCESSIBILITY

We regret that, due to uneven ground and gravel pathways, the gardens are not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs. Morton Hall Gardens are private and therefore paths and stepping stones are not secured as they would be in a public garden. While they do their best to guide visitors safely across uneven surfaces, people visit at their own risk. 

The toilets available can only be accessed via a few steps and may be unsuitable for those with mobility issues.

Unfortunately, dogs (except assistance dogs) are not admitted.

Free parking is available on site in an adjacent field.

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