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The Walled Gardens of Cannington

Church Street, Cannington, Bridgwater

The Walled Gardens of Cannington, Church Street, Bridgwater, Somerset
  • During our Cheeky Monkey Mondays, there are lots of toys and games in the Gardens, and you even get a FREE hot drink while the children play!* *One free standard hot/cold drink for one adult who purchases Garden entry and is accompanied by a child. Valid on Mondays only. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or ticket. Standard adult garden entry fee applies.

The Walled Gardens of Cannington lie within the grounds of a medieval priory in the village of Cannington in Somerset. Having undergone extensive redevelopment, the Gardens were officially opened by HRH the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward and have been... more

Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens and Nursery

Stewart Lane, Stillingfleet, York

Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens and Nursery, Stewart Lane, York, North Yorkshire
  • Two Yorkshire-based botanical illustrators will be exhibiting their art in our Cafe throughout September 2016. The works of John Shepherd FRPS is photographic based, and Caroline Holley is an RHS gold medal winner. The exhibition is open during regular opening times in September and the pictures are all available to buy.

Stillingfleet Lodge Garden is a privately owned family garden set in the grounds of an 18th century farmhouse. There is a wild flower walk that leads to a natural pond, long herbaceous borders and colour themed plantings around the house. Modern rill... more

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens

Jermyns Lane, Ampfield, Romsey

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Jermyns Lane, Romsey, Hampshire
  • Saturday 14 May – Sunday 16 October Art in the Garden is an exciting outdoor sculpture exhibition displayed in the beautiful setting of this world famous 180 acre Garden. Over 100 monumental sculptures are attractively displayed in our garden galleries and include award winning, local, new and established British and overseas artists. Free with normal admission

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is home to one of the most important modern plant collections in the world. Established in 1953 by the distinguished plantsman Sir Harold Hillier, the magnificent collection of over 42,000 plants from temperate regions... more

RHS Garden Wisley, Woking, Surrey
  • Taste of Wisley dishes are celebrating the best of British herbs this summer. More than just parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme…

The Award-winning RHS Garden at Wisley is one of Britain´s best-loved gardens with 240 acres offering a fascinating blend of the beautiful with practical and innovative design and cultivation techniques. The beauty and tranquillity of the garden... more

Spetchley Park Gardens

Spetchley Park, Worcester

Spetchley Park Gardens, Spetchley Park, Worcester, Worcestershire
  • Free garden tours are available on the first Sunday of every month (during the open season) for visitors to the Gardens. Tours leave the Welcome Centre at 11.30am.

Spetchley is a garden for all tastes, this lovely 30 acre Victorian paradise boasts an enviable collection of plant treasures from every corner of the globe including one of the finest and biggest private collections of peonies. It is a garden of... more

Auckland Castle Park and Gardens

The Auckland Castle Trust, Market Place, Bishop Auckland

Auckland Castle Park and Gardens, The Auckland Castle Trust, Bishop Auckland, Durham
  • This spotlight exhibition celebrates the industrial and creative heritage of County Durham, featuring important works of mining art and previously unseen objects. This exhibition is also the first of its kind to address the association between the Bishops of Durham and the creative enterprise of artists from the Great Northern Coalfield. Entry is free with admission to Auckland Castle.

Auckland Castle was built as one of the primary castles and hunting lodges of the Prince Bishop of Durham. From the 1600s onwards the Prince Bishops used their increasing wealth to create a country retreat that reflected their semi-royal position,... more

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