William and Mary-style country house, garden and park - open everyday (only closed 24 and 25 Dec)
Built in 1701 by Thomas Vernon, a lawyer and whig MP for Worcester, Hanbury Hall is a beautiful country house.
Inside, a mix of interiors await to be discovered, from the restored Hercules rooms and recreated Gothic corridor, to the recently re-decorated smoking room and stunning staircase wall-paintings by Sir James Thornhill which underwent major restoration work in 2010 and look magnificent.
Surrounding the house are eight hectares (20 acres) of recreated early 18th-century gardens and 162 hectares (400 acres) of park. Features include the intricately laid out parterre, fruit garden, grove, orangery, orchard and bowling green. A walk around the park will lead you into the surrounding countryside.
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Hanbury Hall and Gardens - 2014 opening information and events guide
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Plan your walk before you arrive. We recommend the red route which takes you up to Hanbury church and offers stunning views across the Worcestershire countryside. Don't forget we're open (only closed 24 and 25 December).