Hidcote virtual tours
Take in the vibrant colours along the Red Borders, discover exotic species in the Plant House and enjoy magnificent views of the Old Garden with our 360-degree virtual tours of Hidcote in Gloucestershire.
How to access the virtual tours
You can explore with your mouse, the control buttons on your keyboard or the control icons on the screen.
Using a mouse
Click and drag the cursor in the direction you want to look. If your mouse has a roller button, use it to zoom in/out.
Using on-screen icons
Click and hold the screen icons to navigate. The + (plus) and - (minus) buttons will allow you to zoom in/out.
Using keyboard arrow keys
Press the arrow keys to navigate. The + (plus) and - (minus) keys will allow you to zoom in/out.
Using keyboard tab keys
Tab through the on-screen buttons and hold down the space bar to navigate. Shift + tab will tab back to the previous on-screen button.
Take a virtual tour
- The Red Borders
- Experience the poppy-filled Red Borders on this 360-degree virtual tour of the garden.Take the tour
- The Plant House
- Imagine the warmth of the Plant House as you admire the climbing flowers on this 360-degree virtual tour.Take the tour
- The Old Garden
- Gaze in wonder at the abundant flower beds on this 360-degree virtual tour of the Old Garden.Take the tour
Wherever you are, experience nature, beauty and history as you explore National Trust places with a podcast, virtual tour or online exhibition.
Choose one of our virtual tours of the Giant's Causeway and explore this rugged landscape from the comfort of your own home.
Explore Hidcote's Arts and Crafts-inspired garden, a network of ‘outdoor rooms' designed by the renowned horticulturalist Lawrence Johnston.
Unravel the story of this Gloucestershire garden, from its priory beginnings, through Lawrence Johnston’s vision, to its acquisition by the National Trust.
Find out about exhibitions at Hidcote, showcasing work by a range of artists inspired by Hidcote.
Learn about the work the National Trust carries out at Hidcote to ensure that this Gloucestershire garden remains in tip-top condition all year round.
Looking to visit Hidcote as part of a club, society or registered travel company? Discover how to make a booking, how much you'll pay and any benefits you might receive.
Visit Winthrop's Cafe and The Barn Kiosk (takeaway only) for a range of light snacks and beverages; or the National Trust shop, plant centre and second-hand bookshop for an array of tempting gifts and souvenirs.