Family Days Out at Ragley
A magnificent day out for the whole family
The magnificent Palladian house, one of the first in England and packed with treasures, will please the culture vulture; garden lovers will marvel at the acres of carefully tended lawns and gardens, especially our stunning Rose Garden, and those with a taste for adventure can while away hours exploring the Adventure Playground, parkland, lake, and woodland walk with time to take in the views for miles.
Even the dog can have fun with plenty of space to play (but please do keep your pooch on a lead because we have deer and livestock living here too).
Make a visit to our Terrace Café or Lakeland Lodge part of your day, and on the way home stop off at Hillers Farm Shop to buy some home produced foods for dinner.
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If you’re visiting Ragley on one of our usual visitor open days, we will never charge you for parking. However on some of our special event days a parking charge may be imposed by the event organisers.
Situated on the ground floor of Ragley Hall, overlooking the West Terrace and with breath-taking views of the Rose Garden and the ‘Avenue’, the Terrace Café serves a selection of hot daily specials, salads and a selection of hot and cold drinks. Open from 10.00am until 4pm every Wednesday through Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays during the open season. The Terrace Café is perfect for lunch or afternoon tea.
Conveniently located next to Ragley’s Adventure Wood, Lakeside Lodge serves a selection of hot and cold drinks, ice-creams, and cakes. Open 10am - 5:00pm, Weekends, School Holidays and Bank Holiday Mondays.
With 400 acres of parkland and gardens, Ragley is a beautiful picnic venue in the Summer months whether you’re looking for a family ‘base’ close to the Adventure Wood or a romantic picnic for two overlooking the Lake or on the ‘Avenue’ with unrivalled views of Ragley Hall.
We just ask that you dispose of your litter carefully or take it home with you.
Barbecues are NOT permitted for safety reasons.
Gazeboes are not permitted for safety reasons.
At Ragley, dogs are part of the family. We welcome dogs (on a lead) in the Parkland and Woodland Walk. However we kindly ask that no dogs are brought into the Hall or Formal Gardens - with the exception of assistance dogs.
A water bowl is available next to Lakeside Lodge.
For the courtesy of your fellow visitors please ensure that all dog waste is cleaned up and disposed of in the litter bins provided.
Yes, Ragley is accessible for disabled visitors. A lift is available if required to reach the State Rooms on the first floor. Ragley also has the facility to reserve a wheelchair for disabled guests, however due to a limited number please reserve in advance by calling 01789 762090.