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Ragley Hall, Park and Gardens

Ragley Hall Alcester, Alcester B49 5NJ, England
+44 1789 762090
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Lovely day out

Two g'parents took their 12, 11 and 8 year old g'kids here for a smashing day out. They tired... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Penny S
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bromsgrove
via mobile
Outdoor fun in a beautiful setting

Entrance quick to negotiate and prices reasonable. Park near adventure playground and lake with... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Neal S
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Bromsgrove, United Kingdom
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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 yesterday via mobile

Two g'parents took their 12, 11 and 8 year old g'kids here for a smashing day out. They tired themselves out on the high ropes and other climbing equipment, ran around the maze, swung on huge ropes and zip wires, and bounced on the trampoline...More

Thank Penny S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Entrance quick to negotiate and prices reasonable. Park near adventure playground and lake with many picnic tables. Good cafe with outdoor seating and toilets. Large adventure playground and 3 D maze amongst the nearby trees. Lots of variety for all ages from young children to...More

Thank Neal S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a beautiful place and the kids loved the outdoor play area and maze but were board after that not a lot to interest the kids after play area the grandparents loved the tour around and said it was very informative would return but...More

Thank sarah c
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Never been to a battle proms before, what a great evening we had. Everybody in great spirits, fantastic entertainment, spitfire display brilliant as were the Red Devil's. some poignant moments with references to pacendale's 100 year anniversary Definitely do it again

Thank keithy996
Reviewed 3 days ago

Unequivocally, this was the BEST outdoor, picnic-style proms my wife and I have experienced in 30 years of prom-going.The programme was both full and varied, ranging from the Jazz Spivs, through the Red Devils Parachute Team and absolutely the longest and best Firework Display I...More

Thank BrianBBriighton
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

What an awesome event & location, very well organised & catered for. We will cartainly be back next year sutiably attired.👍

Thank minandy
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What a fabulous evening, everything was so well orchestrated - especially the music, that is until it was time to leave. The traffic management was none existent. It took over 2 hours to get out - polite people being dismissed by bullish prats. Such a...More

Thank Rachel M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Four of us had booked in for Afternoon Tea with two BuyaGift vouchers. On entering the grounds we stopped by the paying in kiosk and were asked for our name. This was immediately acknowledged in a very friendly way and further directions were given to...More

1  Thank LongbowArcher
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We love this place , the first thing I do is drive straight to the house and get tea and fresh cream scones then sit and take the view in for a while before exploring the gardens and play areas , can't wait to get...More

Thank Richard K
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ragley was one of the first stately homes to be opened to the public by the present owners father Lord Hertford. The house is open and is lovely and includes a superb mural in the hall and staircase and includes members of the family and...More

Thank Marti J
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suggest you look at their website! I like you am only an occasional visitor
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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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