Winterbourne House and Garden, Birmingham

When: 20 May 2018: 10.30am - 4.00pm


Please note that no dogs are allowed in House, Gardens or Fair (except assistance dogs) 

Winterbourne House and Garden is a rare surviving example of an early 20th century suburban villa and garden. Built for industrialist John Nettlefold in 1903 for his growing family, the house and garden are now open to the public 7 days a week with a range exhibition rooms offering an insight into Edwardian life both above and below stairs. A beautiful wisteria framed terrace provides views over 7 acres of Arts and Crafts designed garden and the terrace tea room is a wonderful place to treat yourself to lunch or afternoon tea. The garden itself offers colour and interest throughout the year and is home to a beautiful walled garden and many original features.


Adults £6.00, Concessions £5.00 Family tickets £18. Season tickets also available.

Concessions are children from the age of 5 up to 16, and adults over 65. Students with a valid ID card also qualify for concession rate admission.

20% discount on full adult price for RHS members.

Admission includes the House, Gardens and Plant Fair.


Limited Blue badge parking and around 50 spaces available at Winterbourne House, with overflow parking at the nearby University multistorey car park. Please follow the directions of the parking staff on the day.


Comprehensive information on accessibility is available at the Winterbourne House website at


Lunches and refreshments are available in the Tea Room.

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Winterbourne House & Garden,
University of Birmingham,
58 Edgbaston Park Road,
Birmingham, B15 2RT
0121 414 3003