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Bodenham Arboretum, Kidderminster, Worcestershire

Bodenham Arboretum
Wolverley
Kidderminster
Worcestershire

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Bodenham Arboretum has been awarded National Heritage status for a new English landscape and arboretum, and a Centre of Excellence by the Forestry Authority who described it as 'A showpiece woodland rich in habitats for wild flowers, water-fowl and other birds'.

Over 2700 species of trees and shrubs, landscaped within 156 acres, incorporating a working farm. Five miles of paths through dells, glades, lakes and pools and fields where sheep and cattle graze and rare breeds and poultry roam.

The unique underground visitors centre won the CLA Presidents Award for the Best New Rural Building in England ans Wales 1998/9.

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Nearest Train Station: Kidderminster
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Nearest UK Airport: Birmingham
Months Open: March 1 - Christmas; 11 - 5
Jan & Feb weekdays (except half term) - no restaurant facilities
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - By appointment
Discount for Groups: Yes - Groups of over 25
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adult: 5
Children: 2
Wheelchair users: 2
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant

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