Bluebell Woods Worcestershire To Explore

Bluebell Woods Worcestershire – Looking for some stunning bluebell woods in Worcestershire, then check out our suggestions, there are some great bluebell walks Worcestershire to explore.

If you do find some amazing Worcestershire Bluebell Woods, remember to tread carefully and stick to the paths, so that the many Bluebell Wood Worcestershire continue to thrive and not be destroyed.

It is a criminal offence to dig up Bluebell flowers, so remember to leave the Bluebell walk Worcestershire alone for everyone to enjoy.

Bluebell Woods Worcestershire To Explore

Beaconwood and The Winsel

Location : North end of Birmingham Road, 1 mile from north-east junction of the M5, Rubery, B61 0QD

These beautiful woods on the edge of Birmingham are renowned for their stunning shows of bluebells each spring but there’s more to these 11 hectares than bluebells! Part of the National Trust’s Chadwich Estate, they’re managed by WWT and are great for walking in all year round. They lie on the northwest spur of the Lickey Hills

Chaddesley Wood

Location : 1 1/2 miles north of Woodcote Green, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, DY10 4NX

It’s said that this wood can be traced back to the Ice Age due to the presence of ancient woodland species. It’s also a haven for bluebells in spring. The second largest woodland area in Worcestershire, dating back to at least the 13th century.

Clent Hills

Address: near Romsley, Worcestershire

Managed by the National Trust, Croome is a stunningly grand landscape boasting enviable views over the Malvern Hills. At the heart of the parkland stands the formidable Croome Court, once home to the Earls of Coventry. Lakeside walks, with the dog by your side, are delightful all year round but once mid-April arrives, expect to admire clusters of pretty bluebells dotting your feet around the Temple Greenhouse in the Church Shrubbery and the Island Pavilion at the lake.

Gheluvelt Park

Location : 69 Waterworks Rd, Worcester WR1 3EY

Gheluvelt Park is a memorial park built in honour of those lost in the First World War. It straddles Barbourne Brook and has two distinct areas – a formal park to the east, and an informal area managed for wildlife conservation to the west, next to the River Severn.You don’t have to seek out rural areas for bluebell-spotting; the city’s parks also have their flowery charms.

The Knapp and Papermill Nature Reserve

Location : Alfrick Pound, Worcester WR6 5HR

The reserve is a mixture of meadows and woodland carpeted in bluebells in spring. Look out for dragonflies, grey wagtails and even otters by the brook. A trail leaflet to help guide visitors around the nature reserve is available from the small information centre near the entrance. It may also be worth a trip to the bluebell wood at Ombersley nearby too.

Malvern Hills

Location : CLICK HERE for parking details to access Malvern Hills

The slopes of the Malverns are awash with bluebells in the spring.


Location : Nr Monkwood Green, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR2 6NX

The wood is varied with a mixture of mature trees, stands of different ages, coppiced areas and sunny glades and rides. The open sunny conditions allow for blooms of woodland flowers – including bluebells and wood anemones – and the insects they attract.

Shrawley Wood

Location : Malvern Hills, Worcestershire, WR6 6TT

As one of the largest small-leaved lime woodlands in the country, Shrawley Wood really is something special. Visit Shrawley Wood to see a spectacular display of bluebells in April and May. Visitors may park behind the New Inn pub (small charge applies), but are asked to patronise the pub in return!

Tiddesley Wood

Location : 1/2 mile west of Pershore on Besford Bridge road, Pershore, WR10 2AD

The floor of this woodland is carpeted with beautiful bluebells thanks to the work of the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust.

Tolladine & Warndon Woods

Location : Worcester

This ancient woodland has a wonderful display of bluebells in the spring, especially in areas where the hazel has been coppiced. Many butterflies also make use of the sunny hedgerow running along the western edge.

Trench Wood Nature Reserve

Location : Trench Ln, Droitwich WR9 7LW

There is generally a magnificent display of bluebells whichever way you look at Trench Wood. This is an ancient woodland, which is managed by the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust along with Butterfly Conservation because of its importance for woodland butterflies. Listen out for chiffchaffs warbling in the treetops and the occasional roe deer as you wander through the woods.

Worcester Woods Country Park

Location : Wildwood Drive, Worcester, WR5 2LG

There’s lots to do at Worcester Woods Country Park, which has two nature reserves with lots of bluebells in spring, a huge open field for football and picnics, together with a lovely cafe and adventure play area.

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