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Memorable Days Out

Ragley has been the home of the Conway family since 1680.

Today, the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford, their 4 children and 5 dogs invite you and your family to enjoy their home and gardens.

The children will have hours of fun in the Adventure Playground with 3D maze, aerial slide, rope bridges and climbing frames. And if you’re a family who likes to explore, then don your walking shoes or wellies and head to the Woodland Walk; a haven for indigenous flora and fauna. Dogs on leads are welcome too.

For heritage and culture seekers, at the heart of the Ragley Estate is Ragley Hall, one of England’s earliest and finest Palladian mansions and home to a wonderful collection of art, porcelain and furniture.

Ragley Gardens occupy 10 hectares and surround the magnificent Ragley Hall. As the seasons change, so do the gardens – visit the Snowdrops and Winter Garden in February, the tulips and daffodils in March, bluebells in April, the Alpines and Spring Meadows in May, the Rose Garden in June and July and the Prairie Garden late summer.

Ragley Hall, Park and Gardens brochure

Ragley Hall, Park & Gardens really does have something for everyone and we look forward to welcoming you, your family and friends to Ragley for a memorable day out.

Henry Jocelyn Seymour, 9th Marquess of Hertford