The grounds of Weston Park combine 1,000 acres of natural beauty with three centuries of garden design. From the formal lines and long avenues of the 17th century gardens to the unique style added by ‘Capability’ Brown in the 18th century, you will find so many points of gardening interest. Surrounding the House are the Formal Gardens, that retain the style and feel of the 1930’s, and the Broderie Italian Garden, which is sunken to allow unspoiled views from the Victorian Orangery.

Beyond the Formal Gardens, explore Shrewsbury Walk leading to Teardrop Garden, Rose Walk, the Victorian Conservatory and St Andrew’s Church. Journey further still with walks through ‘Capability’ Brown’s Pleasure Grounds to the Medieval Deer Park and Temple Wood, to discover the 1770 James Paine bridge, Temple of Diana and Temple Pool.