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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...more
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We were a party of 4 adults and 2 kids. We booked early after recommendations and radio promotions saying it was the event not to miss. Well I wish I had now. £60 entrance fee for our party was absolutely massively overpriced for what was...More
We paid £12 each, disappointing as it was not Halloween themed, fun fair and fire works, they could of opened the maze and had some sort of scare fest! No organisation with the car park attendants when leaving, I appreciate it’s busy but to have...More
An interesting place to visit mainly because of the amazing murals in one of the halls. Surprising, in that they are modern, took 14 years to complete and feature members of the family, including one lady who believed in spaceships. A spaceship is included!
Had a great day out at Ragley Hall, plenty of parking, was quite busy as there was a car rally at the same time, but there was still plenty of space.
The house is well worth a walk round, with knowledgable people stationed in each...More
Ragley Hall is a beautiful place with magnificent park like surrounds.My wife and I were there recently for a car event. The history is very interesting and there is a lot of information readily available in the main building.
It was the most beautiful setting...More
Stayed on site for the weekend of camper calling and decided to have lunch in the Hall on the Sunday. The cafe was busy which was understandable due to the festival. After 30 Mins if waiting in the queue i ordered drinks and toasted tea...More