Explore miles of walks around this 1700 acre estate. Imagine feasting in the medieval manor house and relax in the orchard.
Discover over 1000 years of history in one day. Let the kids loose on the castle play area or enjoy miles of parkland walks.
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Over 600 years of English heritage at Hampton Court Castle, Gardens & Parkland.. Panoramic views, tours, gift shop & cafe. “A day out not to be missed”
Leominster’s best kept secret. Grand assembly room of the Georgian period. Superb acoustics for music recitals and ideal wedding and function venue.
Relax in our riverside garden all year round with stunning views
Across the River Wye and pick up seasonal produce in the walled garden.
Discover the Hall secrets and find out what life wa s like as a servant with a below stairs tour and explore ‘Capability’ Brown’s landscape.
Charming house with nine acres of stunning gardens on the River Wye. Carefully renovated whilst retaining the original Victorian character.
A 13th century manor house open for guided tours of the house & grounds. Corporate, private hire & weddings. Tours by arrangement.
Historic dovecote, by the picturesque mill stream. Now a community run village shop and heritage point.
Gallery, tea room & open working studio. Regular craft workshops, beginners welcome. Open most days 1-am - 4pm (except Tues) . Tearoom open Easter to Sept.
A four acre garden for all seasons, from Spring bulbs to Autumn colour. Set within fifty acres including an old fashioned kitchen garden.
Spring bulbs, especially snowdrops, alpines and cyclamen. Herbaceous shrubs, trees, willows, ferns, vegetables and even chickens!
Leominster Museum tells the story of the people of Leominster and its surroundings from pre-history to modern times.
Enjoy beautiful gardens in Herefordshire and support essential caring charities. Look out for the yellow NGS signs.
Tel: 01568 615855
Gallery promoting talented regional contemporary artists, paintings, ceramics, glass, jewellery, ironwork, textiles, sculpture and more.
The ancient seat of Christianity. Glorious Norman nave and Herefordshire carving. Displaying the town’s feared Ducking Stool. Open Daily.
An amazing collection of miniature, rare breed and unusual and the best collection of owls in the UK.
This impressive four acre garden, set amongst medieval farm buildings, offers mature planting, kitchen gardens, cafe & plant sales.
Stunning planting, beautiful views, streams and ponds, with fantastic water powered follies. Plant sales and riverside cafe.
Places of Interest
in Leominster Country
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Wynnes of Dinmore
Farm Attraction & Tea Room. Off A49, through village of Hope under Dinmore. View, feed & even purchase our pygmy goats, alpacas and poultry. Open Tues - Sat.
Iconic 17th century timber framed market house with uniquely carved exterior & heritage exhibition. Free entry, fully accessible , dog friendly.
Since 1280, this has been a vibrant community building, serving many purposes. During 2018/19, thanks to a HLF grant, it has been restored and its history is being brought alive for visitors.
Over 12 amazing gardens set in the grounds of a Gothic rectory. A three acre fantasy world from an Italian piazza to the African jungle. Great restaurant and wheelchair friendly.
Based within Leominster Tourist Information Centre. A beautiful converted space for local art and craft exhibitions. Displays are changed on a regular basis.