This summer, join us at Morton Hall Gardens and support our Stitch In Time campaign
MORTON HALL GARDENS PUBLIC OPEN DAY
Saturday 11 August, 10am – 4pm (last entry 3.30pm)
Tickets £7 per person (under 12s free), or £13 per person to include a hot drink and cake from the RSC Garden Café
Morton Hall Gardens, Morton Hall Lane, B96 6SJ
Online booking has now closed. Tickets can be purchased on the day from the entrance to Morton Hall Gardens. Please note we can only accept cash payments for all entry and cafe sales on the day. Pre-booked tickets can be collected from the entrance on the day.
With rain forecast on Saturday we can confirm that Morton Hall Gardens will be open, and that the RSC Garden Cafe will be set up inside a marquee.
the house and gardens
Morton Hall Gardens near Inkberrow, Worcestershire, are located on the crest of a steep embankment and combine historic and new features in a collection of nearly 1,000 plant varieties. A broad expanse of parkland directly in front of the house boasts a range of mature specimen trees and spectacular flowers and plants.
Both garden and house have been extensively renovated and the eight acres encircling the house were designed by landscape architect Charles Chesshire as a succession of distinct ‘garden rooms’. While each of these rooms has its individual character defined by landscape, planting style and colour scheme, there is a strong sense of continuity throughout the grounds.
Morton Hall Gardens are open to group visits by appointment only. However, as long-term supporters of the RSC and members of the Costume Workshop Council, we are delighted that the owners will host two open days this summer (30 June and 11 August) in support of our Stitch In Time campaign.
We will set up the RSC Garden Cafe selling hot and cold drinks, delicious cakes and ice creams.
To find out more about Morton Hall Gardens please visit mortonhallgardens.co.uk.
Visitor numbers are limited and advance booking is recommended. If you choose to collect your ticket from the box office it will be available to collect from the garden entrance on the day.
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.