Explore two and a half acres of organically managed landscape and enjoy this beautiful therapeutic community garden, which is an oasis for wildlife, a haven of tranquillity or simply a destination for outdoor fun.
Be delighted as you see an orchard, woodland, a formal garden with unusual plants from around the world, demonstration food growing beds, a wildflower meadow, woodland with SLINC status and a nature trail. There is also a hot house and a bird hide on sit, which are features that add to a sense of peacefulness.
It’s easy to forget you’re just two miles from the centre of Birmingham. There’s a children’s play area, picnic space, and hot and cold drinks are served from the Pavilion by volunteers (donations welcomed).
All the buildings are reasonably accessible to people in wheelchairs. Depending on the weather, parts of the Gardens may only be accessible to the determined.
Hot and cold drinks are served from the Pavilion, donations welcomed.
Dogs: Guide dogs
Open Monday to Saturday (except Bank holidays), 10am – 4pm
Costs: Free admission, except for some special events.
Photo Credits: © Martineau Gardens
For further information please visit: http://www.martineau-gardens.org.uk