Robert Marnock's Gardens
With 26 acres of formal gardens, created by Victorian designer Robert Marnock. Areas such as the Rose Garden, which overlooks the Avenue of trees heading west, are carefully tended by our gardening team and blossom gloriously from spring and through summer.
Other areas have been left wild for visitors of all ages to explore. Watch the deer in the woodland from the hide, take a wildlife walk and hear and see a variety of wildlife, play hide and seek behind the thick trunks of trees that are two or three hundred years old, or take a moment to sit quietly on one of our brightly coloured park benches and enjoy the spectacle of the many contemporary garden sculptures.
Ragley changes with the seasons from the first shoots of spring to the glorious displays of Autumn, and can be enjoyed again and again as the colour pallet changes.
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The formal gardens at Ragley are open for guests to explore at their leisure when visiting the hall. However guided tours can be booked for groups of 12 or more. To enquire contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01789 762090
Yes, the Terrace and Rose Gardens are accessible by wheelchair. However some areas of the garden do involve steep inclines, which may not be suitable for all visitors
The Formal Gardens open seasonally throughout the year. Ragley does open it's garden for various events throughout the close season, such as the Snowdrop and Bluebell walks. For more information, check our Upcoming Events page.