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Gardens in or near Walsall

The industrial town of Walsall in the West Midlands became famous for its leather industry and today it still makes the Queen's handbags.There is an arboretum in the town with free admission and illuminations. The New Art Gallery which was opended in 2000 has paintings by famous artists including, Turner, Monet and Renoir. Gardens in or near Walsall Moseley Old Hall and Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Walsall
6.3 miles from the centre of Walsall
Discover the secret hiding place of a King and explore its beautiful gardens Moseley Old Hall´s garden has been re-created in the 17th century style. Includes a formal knot garden, a wooden arbour covered with clematis, neat box parterres, a walled garden with topiary and annual borders, an arched pergola hung with two varieties of vines and clematis viticella, and a nut walk. All plants and trees used were known in England in the 1700s. Included fruits are medlar, quince, mulbbery, c...
8.4 miles from the centre of Walsall
Being one of Birmingham's best attractions, The Birmingham Botanical Gardens offers something for everyone, be it one of the four stunning glasshouses showing tropical rainforest to arid desert, playground, tearoom and garden gift shop all surrounded by some of the most beautiful gardens in the UK.
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9.0 miles from the centre of Walsall
Explore the beautiful gardens of Wightwick Manor The Wightwick Manor´s 17 acre garden was designed by Alfred Parsons and Thomas Mawson. The main framework consists of large trees with an eye-catching octagonal arbour hung with clematis and roses in the centre of the rose garden. A less formal area has a pool, shrubs and rhododendrons. In addition there are two rows of yews, herbaceous borders and beds containing plants (taken!) from gardens of famous authors such as Tennyson and Dicke...
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