When it comes to spotting flowers in Coventry and Warwickshire, there is an abundance of different flowers for visitors to see. An wonderful array of flowers add the perfect finishing touch to our 500 acres of beautiful gardens, woodland and lakeside walks. Which ones are your favourite?
Coombe Abbey Park are proud of their various awards for quality and excellence, including conversation, visitor experience and Green Flag award.
Wherever you walk, you’ll see splashes of colour from the carefully planted flowers, chosen and designed to fit perfectly with the landscape.
Wildflower meadows are wonderful, but increasingly rare miniature ecosystems, full of different flower and insect species. A sensory experience, wildflower meadows are filled with the sights, smells and sounds of the flora and fauna open from April to September.
What flora can you spot? Look out for: Yellow Rattle, Common Mallow, White Clover, Vetch, Buttercups, Thistles and Wild Primroses to name but a few.
For more information, you can visit us at the Visitor Centre when you arrive which is open every day from 10:00am – 4:00pm.
In the Visitor Centre you will find the Discovery Centre, with interactive exhibitions for children, and also the Gift Shop.
Discover more about designated orienteering course at Coombe Abbey Park and test your map reading skills.
There is a designated bird hide in Coombe Abbey Park where you will be able to spot a variety of birdlife.
Whether you’re in the mood for delicious food, exciting events or historical stays, customise your dream Coombe Abbey visit.Inspire me