Enjoy a great day out in Worcestershire at Witley Court and Gardens with its interesting history and landscaped gardens.
Witley Court and Gardens was once a fine stately home hosting lavish parties but now a fire ravaged ruin.
The house has a very interesting history which dates back to Jacobean times and home to the Persus and Andromeda fountain which fires 50ft into the air.
The gardens and parkland are extensive with a recently restored East Parterre originally designed by William Nesbit. Set within the same grounds is Britain's finest Baroque church with exquisite gilded decorations and Italianate ceilings painted by Antonio Bellucci.
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