Below you will find a list of places to find Bluebells in Berkshire and the surrounding area. Bluebell season takes place in mid-April and early-May and there are several places to see the beautiful wildflowers in Berkshire. Bluebells are wildflowers and protected.
Where to find bluebells in Berkshire
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. Tickets to visit Basildon Park must be booked in advance.
The woodland area at Cabbage Hill which is between Warfield and Binfield. If you look on the map around the site at Cabbage Hill you will see the woodland on walk ‘Route 1’. Here is a Walk from Larks Hill to Cabbage Hill.
Bluebells can be found in the woodland areas at Piglittle Field off Binfield Road and Keephatch Park Nature Reserve, Wokingham. Click here to read about walking at Piglittle Field.
Other places which are meant to be good for seeing bluebells include Pope’s Meadow in Binfield, Moor Copes in Tidmarsh near Reading, Bowdown Woods in Newbury and Bisham Woods, Cookham Dean.
Bluebells Outside of Berkshire
Cliveden, National Trust, Taplow, Buckinghamshire. There is a bluebell walk at Cliveden to follow. Click here to download the map. Tickets need to be pre-booked and there is an admission fee.
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