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Ragley Hall, Park and Gardens

Ragley Hall Alcester, Alcester B49 5NJ, England
+44 1789 762090
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£20 to stand in a field

We specifically went here because it was dog friendly, only to find dogs are inexplicably banned... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Reejoc
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Birmingham
A touch of English nobility fit for a kid

For a destination good for the whole family, Ragley Hall could not be better. The property is home... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Tate H
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Welcome to Ragley; the family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford and their children. If a fun family day out is what you're looking for then Ragley Hall, Park & Gardens really does have something for everyone! Children of all ages will be entertained for hours within our Adventure Wood and 3D maze and with boating on Ragley Lake, an 'Artist in Residence' and a Woodland Walk; it's easy to see why Ragley is one of Warwickshire's most popular family days out. If gardens are your passion then you just have to explore Ragley Gardens! The 10 hectares of 'Capability' Brown gardens surrounding Ragley Hall are diverse and display a spectacular array of snowdrops in the winter, tulips and daffodils in the spring and a Rose Garden and Prairie Garden throughout the summer months. Also look out for the Sculpture Collection which further enhance the Ragley landscape. It includes sculptures of the Hertford children and even one of a family dog!
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Ragley Hall Alcester, Alcester B49 5NJ, England
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We specifically went here because it was dog friendly, only to find dogs are inexplicably banned from the 'formal' gardens, the area surrounding the house, and the cafe. This leaves the option of a mundane walk around the carpark field and the lake. There may...More

Thank Reejoc
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

For a destination good for the whole family, Ragley Hall could not be better. The property is home to one of England's Great Homes. Surrounded by lush gardens, farmland and nestled next to a lake Ragley Hall provides a glimpse into what privileged life looked...More

Thank Tate H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Never disappointed when we visit. Such an interesting place finishing off the day with afternoon tea. Well worth a visit both inside and out.

Thank Maggie880
Reviewed 1 week ago

As the food festival was on father's day this year, we decided it was a great oppurtunity to go to Ragley Hall. We had been before, but not during the food festival. The tickets to get in were £33 (family ticket) which I thought was...More

Thank DISNEY1602
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our group of local National Trust members had a very successful visit to Ragley Hall. We went on the guided tour of the house, split into three Groups of about 18, which we all found very interesting and informative. The Guides gave the history of...More

Thank ses07
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Met friends here as part of something we do fairly regularly over the summer periods and had chosen in the hope it would give us a good walk with enough nice gardens to view to last us a couple of hours chat. Sadly the actual...More

Thank johnandlizb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Ragley private bar charging £3.50 for a 330ml can of lager or bottle cider. Over £6 a pint.Can of fizzy o0range for children was £3. No need to be so expensive.

Thank relaxed4
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited this estate while glamping in the area. We were here just half the day so not long as our schedule was too packed. Initial impression is the place is similar in some ways to National Park. The children absolutely loved the adventure ground....More

Thank starmix900
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I presented at a conference at this magnificent place and fell in love. Over 100 rooms and the Marquis and his family live on the third floor. I was given a private tour and highly recommend anyone to see this magnificent 'Palace' which is set...More

Thank frankfurness
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Visited Ragley Hall with my dad and I must say I have mixed reviews. Beautiful house in lovely surroundings. Very dissapointed with how little you see in the house and such a shame photos can't be taken. You only get to see a few rooms,...More

Thank trudyprice2016
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Tang18
Will the park and gardens be open tomorrow, Monday 2nd January?
1 January 2017|
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Response from Dagwoodbilly | Reviewed this property |
suggest you look at their website! I like you am only an occasional visitor
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Stewart A
How much is the admission
13 October 2016|
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Response from MRob62 | Reviewed this property |
£10.50 adult, child £6.50 I think. Worth buying annual ticket in march when they are released. Use it twice for family visit and it pays for itself. It closes in October so it's really a 6 month season ticket, but well worth... More
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