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Ragley Hall, Park and Gardens, Alcester

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TripAdvisor
  • Great day out looking after nephew and niece. Chose a day with good sunny weather so they could enjoy the adventure playground. Great staff everywhere. Enjoyed the tour of the hall, especially the sou...  more »
  • Ragley Hall from the outside is not the most attractive house in the world but the state rooms are very impressive and well worth the guided tour which was most informative. I was certainly not aware ...  more »
  • Ragley Hall offers a great day out and even better when the sun is shining. It has beautiful gardens and a stunning house which if you do not do the tour you miss out a great deal. It also offers lots...  more »
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  • Beautiful grounds, relaxing and peaceful . The kiss throughly enjoy playing on the equipment and in the maze. Ticket price for a family of 5 £33 which is great for a fun packed day out. The lake is gorgeous and the boats are again reasonably priced . I would highly recommend Ragley hall to all families.
  • Visited for campers calling. Huge park and gardens. Great family ocation
  • Visited for a country fair. Loads to do and see spread over a huge area. I think someone less mobile would of struggled but they did have mobility scooters to hire. Plenty of toilets, despite the huge number of visitors we didn't have to wait. Food was over priced but isn't it always at these events? We could of brought a picnic. Can't comment on the house as we didn't visit it
  • Visited for the Battle Proms. If the car park exit, post event, had been organised it easily been 5*
  • Went to a fantastic food festival there last year, really enjoyed the setting and the food stalls were very tasty! The lake side location makes it as well, nice to sit out with a drink and enjoy the sun.