The gardens encompassing some 10 hectares of the Ragley Hall Estate and surround the magnificent Palladian Hall. Prior to 1873 very little is know about the gardens. Created to show of the New World plants the vast and enchanting gardens we see today is a sight not to be missed.
Learn about the interesting past of these Estates, as well as what really happens on these Estates today and what lies ahead for the future. General or specific tours of certain parts of the Estates can be arranged, lasting 2-3 hrs.
The water meadow at Kilnsey Park is full of Orchids, Narrow-leaved Marsh, Twayblade, and many other equatic plants. The meadow has been designated as a nationally important site of special interest due to the plants that flourish there and the array of insects and pond life that thrive there.