Visit – Morton Hall Gardens
April 30 @ 9:45 am - 5:00 pm| £18 – £23
Morton Hall House is a small country house, listed as Grade II, dating from the C18th with
later additions in the C19th and C20th. It is surrounded by seven acres of gardens and parks
designed by Charles Chesshire as a series of ‘garden rooms’ forming a circular journey through a
Rock Garden and Kitchen Garden, amongst others, together with an East Terrace facing the
main entrance. A New Garden has been designed and planted in sympathy with the
adjacent meadow featuring a dense planting of small ornamental trees. In total
there are eight acres of garden and park with commanding views across the Vale of
We have arranged a private tour on April 30th at 11am. Our visit coincides with the display
created for the renowned tulip festival and we will see more than a hundred varieties
in borders and pots. The head gardener or owner will escort us. We will then have a light
lunch on the East Terrace or in the Orangery.
Please contact the organizer if you need help with transport. It may be possible to help with
finding lifts. Numbers strictly limited so early booking is advised!
Note: Due to uneven ground and gravel pathways, some parts of the garden are not
accessible for wheelchairs. Morton Hall Gardens are private. Therefore paths and
stepping stones are not secured as they would be in a public garden. Visitors come at their
Morton Hall Tulips, Morton Hall Lane, Redditch B96 6SJ
Morton Hall Lane is situated at Holberrow Green on the B4092 road between Inkberrow and
Edgiok. There is no sign to Morton Hall so keep an eye out for the turning.
Sat Nav: B96 6SJ Take 3 Words: themes.streaking.bashful
Date: Tuesday, April 30 th , 2024.
Time: Meet at 10.45 at Morton Hall.
Cost: £18 for members, £23.00 for non-members
Organizer: Rosemary Jewel-Clark