Explore the gardens at Cragside

A Pinetum, Rock Garden and Formal Garden all work together to make up the beautiful surroundings of Cragside.

Visitors walking through the Rock Garden near Cragside House

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Tulips in the Formal Garden at Cragside, Northumberland

The Formal Garden

The Formal Garden is a magnificent example of a Victorian garden.

The pruned Rock Garden infront of the house

The Rock Garden

Our rugged rock garden is one of the largest in Europe.

Pinetum at Cragside

The Pinetum

The Cragside estate is made up of a collection of natural rooms which comprise a Formal Garden, the Rock Garden – where the House resides – the woodland and the Pinetum. The Pinetum is a towering collection of non-native trees on the estate which were planted to recreate a North American forest landscape in this northern valley in Northumberland.

A gardener looks at the rock garden

Keeping up with the Cragside gardening team

Find out what the gardeners have been up to lately.


The Cragside Scots Pine

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