A famous garden at Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire

Coronation Avenue at Anglesey Abbey

One of the great 20th-century gardens, created by the 1st Lord Fairhaven from the 1920s onwards.

There are avenues of trees, endless lawns and wildflower meadows, vibrant flower gardens and one of the best collections of statuary.
Flowers are planted en masse for impact. A hyacinth garden, packed with perfume and colour in spring, followed by the scent from a thousand hybrid tea roses in the rose garden in summer and the vibrant colours of the dahlia garden as summer turns to autumn.
The winter garden is carefully planted to provide colour and fragrance, so you can enjoy the gardens at Anglesey Abbey all year round.