Birmingham Honey Show
Join us for a weekend ‘buzzing’ with all things Bees and Honey.
Winterbourne house and seven acres of botanical gardens will be open to explore but the weekend is all about our ‘buzzing’ residents, the honeybees. See the bees in glass observation hives, attend live bee demonstrations (weather permitting) and meet local beekeepers. Stalls for all the family, activities, plant sales and more.
Free entry and booking not required. Entry to the house may be subject to timed ticket, please check website before visiting.
Café will be operating on the day with an outdoor pop up for quick drinks and snacks.
Only a few miles from the city centre, it is just off the main A38 route leaving the city towards the South West. Our postcode of B15 2RT will take you to the door.
Car – There are approximately 50 car parking spaces on site including 3 blue badge spaces next to the main house entrance. On busy days when our car park is full, you can use the multistorey car park on Pritchatts Road. Further information about parking can be found on the Birmingham University website.
Train – Direct trains from Birmingham New Street on the cross city line to University station then a 10 minute walk across campus.
Bus – The X20, X21 and X22 buses stop just round the corner from Winterbourne. It picks up from the city centre by Moor Street Station. More details about frequency and other stops can be found on the National Express Bus website www.nxbus.co.uk.
Bike – We have two sets of bike racks onsite.
Organised by Winterbourne House and Garden and the Birmingham Beekeepers Society
Date & Time
Sat 9 Sept and Sun 10 Sept | 10.30am–5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
58 Edgbaston Park Road, B15 2RT
Booking for visiting the garden and honey show not required. Entry to the house may be subject to timed ticket, please check website before visiting.
AccessThe house has a lift and is fully accessible. There are accessible paths around the garden. Some stalls and activities will be on grass.