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Ragley Hall, Park and Gardens

Ragley Hall Alcester, Alcester B49 5NJ, England
+44 1789 762090
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Frost fayre with no flare.

Really disappointed. Came here and paid entrance of £5.50 per person. Not many stalls, selection... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Hemant M
Birmingham, United Kingdom
via mobile
Dinner at Ragley Hall

We had dinner in the main hall with members of a car tour. It was a three course meal. We mainly... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
David S
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Welcome to Ragley; the family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford and their children. If a fun family day out is what you're looking for then Ragley Hall, Park & Gardens really does have something for everyone! Children of all ages will be entertained for hours within our Adventure Wood and 3D maze and with boating on Ragley Lake, an 'Artist in Residence' and a Woodland Walk; it's easy to see why Ragley is one of Warwickshire's most popular family days out. If gardens are your passion then you just have to explore Ragley Gardens! The 10 hectares of 'Capability' Brown gardens surrounding Ragley Hall are diverse and display a spectacular array of snowdrops in the winter, tulips and daffodils in the spring and a Rose Garden and Prairie Garden throughout the summer months. Also look out for the Sculpture Collection which further enhance the Ragley landscape. It includes sculptures of the Hertford children and even one of a family dog!
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Ragley Hall Alcester, Alcester B49 5NJ, England
+44 1789 762090
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Really disappointed. Came here and paid entrance of £5.50 per person. Not many stalls, selection not great , and all in the rear gardens. Had been here to a previous winter event when the stalls were all throughout the house and it had been so...More

Thank Hemant M
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had dinner in the main hall with members of a car tour. It was a three course meal. We mainly had cold starters. The main course was mainly turkey with vegetables stuffing etc. The vegetables were hard and under cooked. This course was just...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited the frost fayre at Ragley Hall yesterday. It was a waste of time and money. The entrance price was £5.50 per adult and we felt ripped off as the fayre did not match the advertising. We did not see a magician, a choir...More

Thank A R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Dreadful! Drove over half hour to get there. Paid £5.50 per person entry. At the entrance there was a tired looking tent, which led into the main hall. We were looking around and my daughter said “I can’t wait to get to the festive stuff”...More

Thank liztomlinson
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I went to this after reading on the website there would be roving musicians, a magician, choirs, festive food and lots of stalls. This event is very wrongly marketed. There was only one man playing Beatles music on a guitar. The food was poor, a...More

Thank Alexa D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited this fayre today. What a waste of time. £5.50 each with little to see and less to reasonably buy. We were in and out in 30 mins. Have been to many such events but have never been to one so disappointing. Real shame as...More

Thank 4JanP
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Avoid this event. Save your cash We have just returned home after 30 minutes of the so called “Christmas” Frost Fair at Ragley Hall it cost £5.50 each to enter, the stalls are full of cheap goods, nothing Christmas at all, nothing worth buying ......More

Thank David H
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

Live only 15 mins drive from Radley Hall but to sit in traffic for more than 2 hour was a joke hoping to have a fantastic evening turn in to a disappointing evening will never go to a display there again Radley hall you should...More

1  Thank Grace G
Reviewed 29 October 2017

What’s to tell, other than we bought £40 worth of tickets 3 weeks ago, live 10 mins from the venue and couldn’t get there because of their mismanagement. We spent 1.5 hours on a dual carriageway before we realised we wouldn’t even get there for...More

Thank Helen M
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

This visit was marvellous from the minute we arrived. Lovely welcome from the man in the ticket office. Then from Neil, our tour guide. He was possibly the best guide in a historic house I've ever encountered. Really easy listening, fact and anecdote well mixed....More

Thank redheadmalvern
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1 January 2017|
Response from Dagwoodbilly | Reviewed this property |
suggest you look at their website! I like you am only an occasional visitor
Stewart A
13 October 2016|
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Response from MRob62 | Reviewed this property |
£10.50 adult, child £6.50 I think. Worth buying annual ticket in march when they are released. Use it twice for family visit and it pays for itself. It closes in October so it's really a 6 month season ticket, but well worth... More