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Hanbury Hall, Hanbury

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Hanbury Hall is a large 18th-century stately home standing in parkland at Hanbury, Worcestershire. The main range has two storeys and is built of red brick in the Queen Anne style. It is a Grade I listed building, and the associated Orangery and Long Gallery pavilion ranges are listed Grade II*. It is managed by the National Trust and is open to the public.
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  • Lovely hour or two around another National Trust property. This was very grand and lots of intricate artwork to admire. There is a little cafe and toilets on site too. Whilst still a lovely... 
    Lovely hour or two around another National Trust property. This was very grand and lots of intricate artwork to admire. There is a little cafe and toilets on site too. Whilst still a lovely...  more »
  • The gardens here are immaculate. Hanbury hall certainly has some very hard working and passionate gardeners. We did not venture into the house or cafe, but enjoyed a picnic in one of the... 
    The gardens here are immaculate. Hanbury hall certainly has some very hard working and passionate gardeners. We did not venture into the house or cafe, but enjoyed a picnic in one of the...  more »

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