We've embarked on a large scale project to revive, restore and reimagine Berrington's eighteenth century walled garden and pleasure grounds, designed by 'Capability' Brown around 243 years ago. The unique curved section of the walled garden is one of only two left surviving and is now in urgent need of conservation work. We plan to carry out critical repairs to the garden walls and potting shed and reinstate path networks, lost views and planting schemes. As part of this project, we're working in partnership with local groups such as SHYPP (Supported Housing for Young People Project) and Hereford College of Arts, to ensure Berrington remains open, inclusive and beneficial for the wider community; a 21st century vision for an 18th century garden.
Find out about Berrington's ambitious Garden Project. Keep up to date with the latest news and research and how you can donate or get involved.
Help us with our crucial Walled Garden and Pleasure Grounds restoration project and help restore this rare 'Capability' Brown design to its original Georgian style
Come and discover a rare survivor of Georgian heritage, the last known curved walled garden designed by renowned landscape architect, Lancelot 'Capability' Brown.
Step inside a contemporary take on the Georgian garden pavilion or 'eye-catcher'.
Partnerships are not a new thing for Berrington; they were happening here in the 18th century between Henry Holland and 'Capability' Brown. Discover how we're reaching out to the local community and working in partnership as part of the project.
Discover more about the different groups that are helping to make the Berrington Garden Project a reality.
Explore 'Capability' Brown's final garden design and spend some time in our striking sculptural pavilion, designed by artists Heather and Ivan Morison.
Stroll around Berrington Hall's landscape, which was created by 'Capability' Brown, the man known as 'England's Greatest Gardener'.
Enjoy homemade bakes and hearty lunches, and shop for souvenirs, second-hand books, and fresh fruit and veg from our walled garden