Bluebell season takes place in April and May and there are several places to see the beautiful flowers.
Bluebell Walk 2019, Fernygrove Farm, Bracknell, Tuesday 23rd April 2019 – 28th April 2019, 9am – 3pm. Walk in your own time, no booking necessary. Adults £5, Children under 16, Free. Refreshments available in the coffee shop. BBQ at the weekend. Donations made to Sebastian’s Action Trust. Click here for more information.
Basildon Park, National Trust, Reading, 24th April 2019 and 28th April 2019, 11am and 2pm. Join Leo the Ranger to find the best places to find Bluebells and learn how to manage the woodlands to benefit them. Tickets £3 each, book online. Admission Charges apply. Click here for more information.
Basildon Park, National Trust, Reading, between Mid-April to May the bluebells at Basildon Park transform the woodland. Pick up a welcome map from the visitor reception and head to the woods to see the bluebells. Admissions charges apply. Click here for more information.
Cliveden, National Trust, Maidenhead, Buckinghamshire, 13th April 2019 – 12th May 2019, 10am – 5pm, Trail sheet from the information centre. Click here for more information.
Bluebell Walk at Moor Copes, Saturday 27th April 2019, 2pm-4pm. The walk is approx 2 miles and might be muddy in places. Click here for more information on how to book onto the walk.
*This post was correct to the best of my knowledge when posted on 29.03.2019. Where possible contact the event organiser to check organised walks are taking place, for full details and the bluebells have flowered. Berkshire Mummies have not visited all the bluebells sites to check the bluebells are out and have not been asked or paid to write this post. Views are my own. Please click here to view the Berkshire Mummies disclaimer.*