Gardens

Summer flowers

The colourful tapestry of the Herbaceous Border © Richard Todd

The colourful tapestry of the Herbaceous Border

Summer is the time to enjoy magnificent sweeping Herbaceous Border, Dahlia's in the Formal Garden, and the natural beauty of 30 acres of wildflower meadows.

Heady scent

The wonderly Lady of Shalott rose

Summer is the perfect time to enjoy the vibrant colour and heady scent of hundreds of hybrid tea-roses in the Rose Garden.

 

 

Garden of statues

Discover Anglesey Abbey’s impressive sculpture collection

Lord Fairhaven was an avid collector of statuary, particularly mythological and biblical subjects.  You'll find statues all around the gardens in open spaces and hidden areas.

Avenues of trees

Jubilee Avenue looking glorious in the autumn

The gardens at Anglesey Abbey are marked with avenues of trees.

Full of flowering daffodils in spring and crisp fallen leaves in the autumn they are the perfect place for a peaceful stroll.

Acres of space

Explore the vast open spaces of Anglesey Abbey

Wide open spaces, endless lawns and wildflower meadows - there is plenty of green space to wander through at Anglesey Abbey.

Sit down with a book, enjoy a picnic or let your children explore.

Wildlife Discovery Area

Exploring hidden nature

Exploring hidden nature

Explore our Wildlife Discovery Area this summer - spy on wildlife, build a den, create some wild art, see the view from our giant tree house and grab a bite to eat at Nature's Wild Diner.

Dahlia Festival

Gorgeous colours on display in the Dahlia Garden

Wed 10th - Sun 28th September 2014

Over 70 varieties of Dahlia provide a burst of late summer colour

Get top tips from our gardeners on how to grow dahlias.

Enjoy floral displays in the house.

A garden for all seasons

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