The garden at the museum is quiet and sheltered. At the end of the museum a door leads you into the main area which is paved with planted borders and two traditional small gardens, a knot garden on your right and a herb garden on your left.
The main part has a variety of trees including a traditional Worcestershire plum in the centre, flowering shrubs, climbers, perennials and a bug hotel.
There is a wishing well and benches for resting. Closer to the house is a courtyard with a cactus house and sinks planted with alpines.