Gardens

Step into Spring

Enjoy the majestic splendour of Hyacinths in the Formal Garden © Richard Todd

Enjoy the majestic splendour of Hyacinths in the Formal Garden

The Formal Garden is now in full bloom with thousands of blue and white hyacinths.

You can smell their heady scent as you approach the garden.

Step into Spring

Thousands of delicate tulips announce the arrival of spring © Howard Cooper

Thousands of delicate tulips announce the arrival of spring

A sea of delicate tulipa 'little beauty' stand out against the white trunks of the Himalayan silver birch in the Winter Garden.

Coming soon

Roses for a special someone

Now that spring is here it won't be long until other formal areas of the garden are in full bloom to delight our visitors.

The Rose Garden is an eagerly anticipated highlight.

 

Easter catering

If the weather allows, why not finish the day with a BBQ in the garden

We will be running a BBQ in Hoe Fen throughout the Easter weekend from 11.30am - 3.30pm.

On Good Friday we’ll also be serving delicious fish and chips.

 

Cadbury Easter Trail

Fri 18 - Mon 21 April

Join in the hunt for clues on our Easter Trail. Find the clues to claim your Cadbury chocolate Egghead prize.  Trails cost £2 per child and can be picked up from reception when you arrive.

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

Glorious autumnal colours on display

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 or picnic or let your children run free.

A garden for all seasons

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