Hagley Park & Visitor Centre

Looking for acres of parkland suitable for a great day out with the family? Say hi to the West Mid’s best kept secret…

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Hagley Park is conveniently positioned on the Warwickshire, Worcestershire border among a whopping 350 acres of landscaped gardens, wooded slopes and meadows, but shhh don’t tell everyone, this is one of the West Mid’s best kept secrets.

Just 12 miles out of Brum, it’s home to the last of the great Palladian houses, wedding and event venue Hagley Hall, built by George 1st Lord Lyttelton in 1760, and still the home of the Lyttelton family today – lucky them!

The surrounding Hagley Park is owned by the 12th Viscount Cobham and has recently undergone a huge renovation project thanks to English Heritage, Natural England and the Hagley Hall Estate. If you’re struggling to find it with a sat nav use What 3 Words ///scales.grass.inform.

There’s something for everyone from history buffs who want to explore the Georgian parkland to a nature trail for families. And yes, you can take the pooch too as long as they’re on the lead. If you want them to really run wild though there’s a secure dog park you can book in advance.

After a long walk you’re going to need refreshments, and there’s a cafe onsite to grab a coffee, sandwich or expertly made homemade cake (and doggy ice cream!), and some pretty picnic areas to while away an hour or two.

Your next wholesome family day out, sorted.


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Hagley Park and Visitor Centre, Birmingham Road, Hagley, near Stourbridge, DY9 9LR



01562 307308

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