Opening Hours from 29th March to 27th October 2019
We will be reopening for the 2019 season the first weekend of April.
Thursday: 11 am to 6 pm
Friday: 11 am to 6 pm
Saturday: 11 am to 6 pm
Sunday afternoon: 12 noon to 5 pm (newly extended Sunday hours for 2019!)
Bank Holiday Monday: 11 am to 6 pm
Tuesday & Wednesday - By appointment only for groups of four or more adults (no concessions). Please contact us prior to your visit, as there is not always someone on site during these days.
Monday (non Bank Holidays) - closed
General Admission (Thursday to Sunday)
£7 Child (ages 4 to 16 inclusive) Under 4 years - free
By Appointment (Tuesday and Wednesday) - £12 per person (no concessionary or child rate). School and larger group rates are available.
Please note that in wet weather the Garden gets very muddy and slippery in places. Please wear sensible footwear.
The Garden is only partially accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs due to steps, narrow and uneven paths in places. After wet weather accessibility is reduced even more due to soft ground and the risk of getting stuck or causing damage to the grounds. Please contact us for details.
Dogs are very welcome, so long as they are kept on a lead and 'accidents' are cleared up. We have a number of ducks and other waterfowl, so please do not bring your dog if he/she will worry the birds.
We have two areas for picnics - a large grass area near the car-park with chairs and tables, and a covered area under reception with plenty of seating. Please do not picnic elsewhere in the Garden as it can cause disruption to other visitors.
We do not have a café on site, so please feel free to bring a picnic or have lunch at one of the fantastic local pubs or farm shops in the area. Please contact us for further information.
Please note that we are essentially an open air art gallery - not a park, so we kindly ask that children do not run around or scream as it can spoil the experience for other visitors (and scare the wildlife). There are public playing fields nearby in Walliswood and Ockley, should some energy need to be burned off.