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Escape to this spectacular riverside garden and be absorbed by natural beauty.

Bordered by the River Wye, The Weir sits within unspoilt Herefordshire countryside and has many historical secrets to uncover. For centuries this site has been used as a pleasure ground for fishing, boating and swimming. It is managed in a natural way to create a varied habitat for wildlife.

In spring see carpets of bulbs littered between ancient trees, in summer enjoy a picnic by the river to watch the wildlife and in autumn visit the walled garden bursting with seasonal produce.

Visit the garden any time of year to find out why this location has appealed to so many and enjoy exploring this tranquil haven.

Please note: only assistance dogs are allowed in the gardens, all other dogs can be exercised in the car park picnic area.

Roman remains being discovered at The Weir

Roman remains being discovered at The Weir

Roman Archaeology

Visit between 21 & 27 July to see Roman history uncovered. In the week watch the test pits being dug and see the Roman remains slowly uncovered. Then at the weekend, join a talk to learn more about the archaeology in our gardens, see a mosaic uncovered and have a look at the finds from the test pits. For more details get in touch or have a look at our events page.

Time for tea

Couple look for a picnic spot © National Trust

Hot and cold drinks as well as locally made cake are now available in our tea tent. Help yourself using the simple facilities provided and find a spot to enjoy them in our beautiful garden.

Be inspired

Browse a selection of plants for sale after visiting the gardens 

After exploring our gardens choose a plant to take home with you. We have an extensive collection of plants to buy for each season, ranging from spring bulbs to carnivorous plants.

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