Could you be the next Triad Fellow? © NTPL/ John Millar

Could you be the next Triad Fellow?

Gardener fellowship

We've teamed up with Kyoto National Park in Japan and Longwood Gardens in America to launch the exciting Great Gardens of the World Triad Fellowship Scheme, which runs for one year.

Students get the opportunity to learn from a bonsai master, experience show gardening on a grand scale and get involved in conservation heritage management.

New plans for Old Garden

Research has uncovered a lot more about the Old Garden

Research has uncovered a lot more about the Old Garden

Over the next few months we're going to be busy returning Johnston's original planting scheme to the Old Garden. We've trawled through our archives and discovered more about the plants that originally grew here. See our plans grow next time you visit.

Audio stories

Audio stories are fun for all the family

Discover the fascinating history behind Hidcote with our surround-sound audio stories. Using the latest technology take a step back in time and tour the garden with the help of its creator, Lawrence Johnston.

Pick up one of our free guides from the visitor reception.

Notable plants

The echinacea made it onto the front cover

Hot off the press - our new notable plant booklet is now on sale. Featuring many of our favourite Hidcote plants, it's a must for all gardeners. Find them in our visitor reception and shops.

Free Wi-Fi

Connect to our free WiFi during your visit

Free Wi-Fi has arrived in our Winthrop's Café. Enjoy a cuppa, complete an on-line visitor survey, plan your next visit or download our garden app, it's up to you. Simply connect to 'National Trust' on your wireless network.

What else is new...

  • Download our garden iPhone app using the free Wi-Fi
  • Coming soon - browse through our new guidebook
  • Book a ticket to one of our exciting events
  • Watch the bees in our observation hive
  • Read a newspaper from the 1930s in the drawing room
  • Visit Lawrence Johnston's tool shed in the garden yard