Address: Winterbourne House and Garden, 58 Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham B15 2RT
Opening Hours: Opening hours for Winterbourne House and Garden, Winterbourne is open 7 days a week including bank holidays.
Entry Fees: Ticket Prices
Bank Holidays: Open, but advise to call for further information.
Telephone: +44 (0)121 4143003
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes. Two mobility scooters and one manual wheelchair are available for use in the garden.
Suitable For Children: Yes. Suitable for children of all ages.
Cafes & Restaurants:
Yes. ‘Tea Room’ ground floor of the house.
Toilets and Facilities – Yes. There is a unisex, disabled access and baby change toilet located at the main house entrance.
Pets: Assistance dogs are welcome throughout the site.
Car Parking: Yes. Free parking 47 spaces. First come first served basis.
Other Info: A ‘gluten-free’ selection of cakes is available in the tea room and other diets are catered for where possible. Winterbourne advises visitors to call in advance so they can ensure their food needs can be catered for.
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Winterbourne House and Garden

Winterbourne House and Garden is a captivating Edwardian heritage site located in Birmingham, UK. This enchanting estate, once the private residence of the Nettlefold family, offers a delightful glimpse into early 20th-century life and horticulture. The house, built in the Arts and Crafts style, is adorned with period furnishings and provides a fascinating insight into the domestic life of the era.

Surrounding the house, the seven-acre garden presents a picturesque blend of formal and informal landscaping, showcasing an array of plant species and seasonal blooms. Visitors can wander through tranquil woodland, vibrant flower beds, and serene ponds, immersing themselves in the beauty and tranquillity of this historic botanical oasis. Winterbourne House and Garden stands as a cherished testament to the Edwardian era, inviting visitors to step back in time and savour the splendour of this bygone period.