The vast remains of this palatial 19th century mansion, surrounded by magnificent landscaped gardens & containing huge stone fountains, provide a great day out in Worcestershire. The largest fountain, representing Perseus and Andromeda and now restored – was described in its day as making the ‘noise of an express train’ when fired.
Following the disastrous fire in 1937 the Witley Estate fell into long decline. English Heritage has restored the south garden and in addition, Wolfson Foundation funding has assisted with major restoration works in the East Parterre garden.
Attached to Witley Court is Great Witley Church, with its amazing Italianate Baroque interior (not managed by English Heritage). The church has a tearoom, and Witley Court has a superb gift shop.
Wilderness Play Area
One of the country’s top play area designers, William Hardie, has been hard at work at Witley Court, and now visitors of all ages are able to explore the new Wilderness Play Area which includes a treehouse, adventure trail and more.
Information courtesy of English Heritage
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