Gardens

Spring flowers

Spring flowers at Anglesey Abbey © Howard Cooper

Spring flowers at Anglesey Abbey

Enjoy walking through drifts of daffodils, savour the heady scent of thousands of hyacinths in the Formal Garden and a carpet of delicate tulipa "little beauty" in the Silver Birch Grove.

The gardens are open daily from 10am - 5.30pm.

Spring flowers

The majestic splendour of Hyacinths in the Formal Gardern © Richard Todd

The majestic splendour of Hyacinths in the Formal Gardern

Enjoy walking through drifts of daffodils, savour the heady scent of thousands of hyacinths in the Formal Garden and a carpet of delicate tulipa "little beauty" in the Silver Birch Grove.

The gardens are open daily from 10am - 5.30pm.

Spring flowers

Tulipa ’little beauty’ in the silver birch grove © R Todd

Tulipa ’little beauty’ in the silver birch grove

Enjoy walking through drifts of daffodils, savour the heady scent of thousands of hyacinths in the Formal Garden and a carpet of delicate tulipa "little beauty" in the Silver Birch Grove.

The gardens are open daily from 10am - 5.30pm.

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

Autumn colour at Anglesey Abbey

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

 

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A garden for all seasons

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