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Venue price From £30 per person
Venue capacity 8 - 40 people

Spaces at Winterbourne House and Gardens

With views stretching to the herb circle and beyond, Shaw is ideally suited for the smaller training sessions or seminars with a capacity for up to 12 boardroom style or 18 theatre style. The Shaw room boasts stunning views across the botanical gardens at the rear of Winterboune house. Hiring the Shaw room also has the added bonus that you get free admission into the gardens for the day.

Ruskin is a bright space filled with character situated on the second floor of Winterbourne House and seats up to 18 theatre style or 12 people boardroom style. The Ruskin room boasts stunning views across the botanical gardens at the rear of Winterboune house, and hiring the room also gets you free entry into the gardens for the day.

Liberty is a wonderfully bright room which allows the natural light to flood the light walls & wooden floor. Decorated with the iconic ‘Brer Rabbit’ William Morris wallpaper – this is a really versatile space, with capacity for up to 40 people.

Jekyll is a spacious room with beautiful Arts and Craft furniture that creates a comfortable and vintage vibe. The room also overlooks the beautiful views across the formal lawns at Winterbourne. Jekyll can seat up to forty people theatre style and eighteen boardroom style.

About Winterbourne House and Gardens

University of Birmingham | Conferences and events has a portfolio of conference and hospitality venues, for hire on a day or residential basis, at the University of Birmingham. Winterbourne provides a stimulating and relaxing environment for any style of event offering a range of versatile meeting spaces that are equipped with with free Wi-fi and all the latest in audio-visual technology. All of the meeting rooms have a backdrop of Winterbourne Botanic Garden, home to striking colour-themed borders, a beautiful hazelnut tunnel, Woodland Walk and 1930’s Japanese Bridge and Tea House.