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Explore Saltram House and Gardens Saltram was originally an 18th century landscape garden, featuring a fine orangery still used to produce a good collection of citrus fruit, and other buildings of the 1770s. Developments in the 19th century have continued to the present day, giving rise to a plantsman´s garden with sheltered pathways offering year round interest. Lots of early spring colour from bulbs and shrubs give way to areas of wild flowers and herbaceous plants underplanting huge and ancient trees. Many varied evergreens provide structure and shelter throughout the year whilst new developments increase the winter interest.

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Dog/Pet friendly

Parking Available

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Facilities & information


Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly




Disabled Access

Parking Available


Extra info

Parkland Acreage: 20

Open Times: Gardens: 1 Jan to 9 Mar & 10 Nov to 30 Dec, Daily 11:00-16:00, 10 Mar to 9 Nov, Daily 11:00-17:00. Closed 25-26 Dec. Please see NT website for House & Park opening times.

Price Details: NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.

Arrival information and directions

Address: Plympton, Plymouth, Devon, PlymouthPL7 1UH, United Kingdom

Three and a half miles eats of Plymouth city centre, between Plymouth to Exeter road (A38) and the Plymouth to Kingsbridge road (A379); take Plympton turn at Marsh Mills roundabout.

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