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Westonbirt Arboretum

  5.0/5 (3 ratings)

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Westonbirt is a 600 acre arboretum in the Cotswolds, with 18,000 rare and beautiful trees. It is of great interest to tree enthusiasts but little has been done to make it a place of design or scenic interest. There are free guided walks, mobility vehicles and dogs are welcome.
Address - Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England, GL8 8QS
Opening times - All year. Daily. Open 9am (weekends 8am) to 8pm (5pm November to March) or dusk if earlier.
Admission - Adult October to November 2007 £7.50, December to February 2008 £5.00
Website - Visit the Westonbirt Arboretum website

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  • 4 months ago Sandy Townley said

    I would love you to put the trees all lit up now on here for all those that live abroad, so beautiful on television switched on the other night, I am sure it would encourage more winter tourism. Just a nice Christmas thought, and to you all with a special year to follow, THANK YOU FOR A WONDERFUL DISPLAY.

  • over 1 year ago Sylvia Anne said

    Autumn 2012

    Absolutely fabulous, like a rainbow coloured fairyland, was expecting to see bambi and all her wee friends having a chin wag in every bend or glade. Imagine working in a place like this, wouldn't want to go home. The peace and tranquillity say it all. I love it every year.

  • over 5 years ago Adam Hodge said

    As one who is a tad bonkers on trees, Westonbirt has a fine selection and very pleasantly laid out. The shelter created by the trees offers a marvellous opportunity for everything to grow in what seems a more columnar fashion.
    The Autumn colour of the various Acer palmatum cultivars is awesome, and intriguing to see the variations of colour on the same varieties-Spp Amoenum, Matsumarae and the dissect-leaved types.


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