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Restored to its Edwardian Arts and Craft splendour, Winterbourne House is a unique heritage attraction – set within seven acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Only minutes from Birmingham city centre, Winterbourne is a hidden gem – home to beautiful...more
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I came with my mum and partner when the heritage weekend was on. It has been a place I've always wanted to cross off my list so when I was free on heritage weekend it made perfect sense! Had a lovely time looking around the...More
We really enjoyed our say at Winterbourne. Its interesting history the beautiful gardens and the teahouse (test the scones) make it a must see whilst you're in Birmingham.
Best is to visit on Friday. Then you are able to see old letter printing procedures which...More
We went to Winterborne House because it was near the university and our daughter is studying there. But what a lovely place to visit. The gardens at this time of the year were absolutley gorgeous. The house was lovely too but the garden was spectacular....More
Very much worth a visit and easy to get to by car or bus from city centre if you are not driving. We visited on 16 Oct. Very helpful staff and plenty of storyboards in the rooms setting-out the history of the house and the...More
The gardens looked amazing today with all the beautiful autumn colours. The staff are fantastic. They are so helpful and approachable especially as my friend needed to use the mobility scooter. Will be visiting again very soon . The gardens and the house are well...More
Lovel summer walk and mooch around the house and gardens which I did not know even existed. House was lovely with information on the history of the family. Lovely lunch outside. Plenty of choice of hot or cold food and drinks....and amazing cakes!!!
Had a lovely day at the house and gardens, there was a fascinating show of model steam engines and toys too, all sorts of interesting things. Also an art exhibition in one of the out buildings. So much effort and hard work obviously goes into...More