Things to see & do
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The magnolia’s exotic beauty is medicine for the soul. To see its colours in March after winter months consisting of dull browns and greys is something that really lifts the spirit. Their flowering season is brief though and vulnerable to any late frosts, so catch them while you can.
Picnic in the shade of royalty
With a fairytale summer house, swathes of daffodils and crocuses in spring and regal trees arching overhead, it’s easy to see why the Royal Meadow is a favourite picnic spot for families.
Garden fit for a queen
The Jubilee Garden contains plants that range from the surprising and the explosive to the really useful.
It’s a special area to mark a special anniversary.
Promenade on Prince William Walk
There’s a lot of mischief going on behind the scenes of Prince William Walk. As you follow the stream you’ll find evidence of rowdy lambs as well as sugar snacking squirrels.