Shugborough Hall and Gardens
These Grade 1 historic gardens at Shugborough date from the 18th century.
At Shugborough Hall there are formal terraces with lavender, yellow roses and grey foliage as well as a Victorian style rose garden.
Temples and monuments extend into the landscape and are among the first neo-Greek style buildings in England.
In Spring and early Summer colour is provided by rhododendrons and there are also herbaceous borders which look good in July & August.
Woodland walk and guided tours of the garden are available. There is a great childrens play area and a fun quiz trail.
Take time to visit the wonderful historic house and its beautiful rooms. You can also now wander through the private rooms of the late Lord Lichfield.
What to see at Shugborough -
The newly restored walled garden with Gardener's cottage.
The Tower of the Winds with reflecting coloured glass widows
The Arboretum with over 150 oak trees (one of which was grown from an acorn collected at the Whitehouse) & the River Walk
The Chinese House and bridge
The Shepherd's Monument
The walk by the river through the arboretum
The formal gardens
The interior of the Hall
Shugborough Hall & Garden National Trust Opening Times - see latest information by visiting website.
Normally open most of year see Shugborough website for details. Restaurant, shop, disabled access.
- Telephone: 01889 881388
- Street: Shugborough
- Postcode: ST17 0BX
- City: Milford
- County: Staffordshire
- Country: United Kingdom
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