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Hanbury Hall Walks

4 miles (6 km)

A walk around the delightful Hanbury Hall Park in Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire. The 18th century hall is surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. There's also an orangery and a walled orchard containing a wide range of traditional English fruit varieties. The park is run by the National Trust so for a fee you can gain access to more walks around the hall.
This route takes you through the delightful gardens and then into the countryside park where you will cross the Worcester and Birmingham Canal.


WR9 7EA - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Further Information and Other Local Ideas

The park is also located very close to the Droitwich Canal which allows more easy walking along the towpath. Our longer Hanbury Circular Walk visits the canals and the park with a climb to Hanbury Hill Church where you'll find the St Mary the Virgin church which dates from 1200. The church grounds includes a viewpoint with a toposcope displaying all the sites you can see from the elevated position.
Just to the west of Droitwich is the worthy village of Ombersley where you'll find a number of interesting timber framed properties, an ancient 15th century pub and the historic Ombersley House Estate.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Worcestershire Walks page.


Hanbury Hall (geograph 5679340)

Hanbury Hall

Gardens of Hanbury Hall - - 738484

Gardens. Two pergolas stand on the western side of this lawn in the grounds

Statue, Hanbury Hall - - 984443

Statue. The centrepiece of the front lawn between the hall (on the left) and the gates (to the right).

The Orchard, Hanbury Hall - - 251058

The Orchard. Taken on "Apple Day" where one can fill a National Trust carrier bag with a choice of apples. In this orchard there are several varieties of apple trees including: Red victoria, Herefordshire Beefing, Tom Putt, St. Edmund's Russet and Pitmaston Pine Apple - which does taste of pineapple!

Hanbury Hall, sunken garden - - 1509636

Hanbury Hall, sunken garden. Most unnatural, meticulous cutting to control nature. Perhaps a status symbol to demonstrate ones wealth, supporting a large labour force.

Ha-ha, Hanbury Hall - - 251069

Ha-ha. Designed to prevent cattle on the field to the right of the ditch from getting onto the avenue on the left without a wall or hedge from blocking the view for those walking along the avenue.

Cedar Walk, Hanbury Hall - - 251123

Cedar Walk. The ancient cedar tree is at least 300 years old. It was planted around the time Hanbury Hall was built (1701). The Ha-ha is on the left.

Pitmaston Pineapple tree, Hanbury Hall - - 984429

Pitmaston Pineapple tree.


GPS Files

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