Coton Manor Gardens  Near Guilsborough
Northamptonshire
01604 740 219; www.cotonmanor.co.uk

One of the best places to enjoy bluebells – which have just come into flower – is the private wood at Coton Manor. During this time, the gardens are open everyday until the end of flowering from 12pm to 5.30pm.
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Royal Botanic Gardens
Wakehurst Place
Ardingly
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
Kew’s country garden in Sussex which boasts acres of native bluebells
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Wilderness Wood
Hadlow Down
East Sussex
01825 830509
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An award winning woodland which recently won and award from RASE. The bluebells have just come into flower – perfect timing to follow their specially created bluebell path.

Arlington Bluebell Walk & Farm Trail
Bates Green Farm
Arlington
Tye Hill Road
Polegate
East Sussex
01323 485151
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Eight bluebell trails of varying length have been developed at this farm (open until May 22)

Calke Abbey
Ticknall
Derbyshire
01332 863822
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One of the National Trust’s best properties for bluebells

Willesley Wood
Ashby de la Zouch
Leicestershire
01476 581135
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Under the care of the Woodland Trust, Willesley Wood is a popular spot for admiring bluebells.map

The Bluebell Woods of Yoxall Lodge
Newchurch
Burton-upon-Trent
Staffordshire
01283 575237
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Three woodland walks provide access to a magical carpet of bluebells which covers the floor of these beautiful natural old woodlands.

Bradgate Park & Swithland Wood Country Park
Newtown Linford
Leicestershire
0116 2362716

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This is Leicestershire’s most popular country park where 150 acres of ancient woodland are smothered in bluebells in May.

Blickling in Norfolk
Blickling
Norwich
Norfolk
NR11 6NF

Three waymarked walks. Stroll through the Great Wood and chance upon a wonderful display of bluebells.
For further information, tel: 01263 738030. .

Brockhampton Estate in Herefordshire
Greenfields
Bringsty
nr Bromyard
Herefordshire
WR6 5TB

Telephone: 01885 488099. Waymarked woodland walks through some of the finest stands of trees in the county, past wooden sculptures. Download a 1.5 mile Wildlife Walk at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/walks.