What our gardens are like today
Since 1725, each successive owner of the Egerton family estate played a part in the evolution of the gardens and sought the expertise of the leading landscape architects of the time.
Soak up the Italian atmosphere
There are a number of distinct areas within the 50 acres of gardens. The Italian Gardens are just one of them: soak up the Italian atmosphere.
Take a tour of the Japanese Gardens
The Japanese Garden was almost certainly the result of Alan de Tatton’s visit to the Anglo-Japanese Exhibition at the White City in London in 1910. He got together a team of Japanese workmen to create what is now rated to be the 'finest example of a Japanese Gardens in Europe'.