Gardens & park

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Discover the garden...

Springtime delights

Bulbs have sprung up across our gardens and are a riot of colour and scents. Our parterre shows almost every colour on the rainbow and the apple and pear trees have delicate blossoms in pink and white.

Have an adventure

Family outside the forecourt gates at Hanbury Hall © NTPL

There's lots of space to run around in and create your own adventure.

Playground fun

A child playing in the outdoor playground area at Hanbury Hall © David Levenson

A visit to our playground and new natural play area next to it is sure to keep little ones happy.

Orangery secrets

The orangery at Hanbury Hall, with citrus fruit displayed out the front. © David Hunter

Visit the orangery to spot the 300 year-old paw print in the floor tile, sniff the citrus blossom and count the lemons.

Don't miss...

  • The stunning re-created parterre
  • Find the hidden mushroom house and ice house
  • Sneak down snob's tunnel
  • Visit the working walled garden (open 11am - 5pm, Mar - Oct)
  • The impressive orangery
  • A walk up to the church to take in the magnificent views
  • A game of bowls on the bowling green (May - Sept, weather permitting)

Guided tours

Tours of the gardens run most afternoons. Our expert volunteers will share the story of George London's vision and how we look after it. Call us in advance if you want to check whether they are running.

Fresh produce

Visit our working walled garden to see fruit and vegetables growing, watch busy bees and see our hens. Also buy produce and plants from the stall.

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