Spetchley Park Gardens, Spetchley, Worcester, WR5 1RS
Tel: 01905 345106
©2018 Spetchley Park Gardens | Spetchley Gardens Charitable Trust - charity no. 1061063
Visitors can join a free guided tour of the Gardens on the first Sunday of every month, our next tour is 2 September. Tours last approximately 1 hour and depart from the Welcome Centre at 11.30am. Normal admission applies and spaces are limited.
Explore the Gardens with Really Rural searching for mini beasts and insects, each session includes a crafty activity. Four 45 minute sessions will be held throughout the day from 11.30am. Suitable for children aged 5 years & over, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times and adult admission applies.
Tickets are £4 per child (including admission) and can be purchased at the Welcome Centre or online by clicking here.
Admire and purchase beautiful artwork and sculptures made by our Artist in Residence, Clare Beak, in the Learning Centre. Clare creates the magical sculptures of our well known Enchanted Door Trail, the spooktacular going-ons of our Halloween Trail, and the artwork for many of our greetings cards.
We’re celebrating the wildlife in the Gardens by focusing on the plants and flowers you can find with an array of crafty activities in the Learning Centre. This is a drop-in session in the Learning Centre from 11am-4pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times, normal admission applies.
Bring along your apples and a container and leave with delicious freshly pressed apple juice. This free event is run by Transition Worcester and will be held in our Car Park.
Children's autumn crafts will also be held in the Learning Centre, normal admission applies.
Worcestershire Camera Club will be holding an exhibition in the Learning Centre to display the wonderful images of the Gardens that members have taken.
Normal admission applies.
The Gardens will be getting their annual spooky Halloween makeover, children can follow the trail to solve the puzzle then claim a yummy treat.
Garden admission plus trail map is just £1 for children, normal admission applies for adults.
Following the opening of the Heritage Centre in 2017, we are holding our first annual exhibition display in 2018. The exhibition focuses on World War One and members of the Berkeley family who served on the western front and in other countries. Nearly all the Berkeley family who fought in the war were part of local Worcestershire Regiments.
The exhibition is in partnership with Worcestershire World War 100.
Our children's trail reveals a hidden and enchanting world of fairies and elves, collect Reuben's Map from the Welcome Centre and see how many beautifully hand crafted doors you can spot.
Map included with admission.