Gardens to visit in the North East

Our gardens around the North East are in full bloom and looking lovely this summer. Explore Wallington's hidden garden, discover the story of Gibside's changing walled garden or get up close to wildlife in Washington Old Hall's nuttery.

Gardeners working in the Walled Garden at Gibside, Tyne & Wear

Gibside's Walled Garden

Gibside’s Walled Garden is blossoming in every sense of the word. Constantly evolving and growing, it’s got quite a story to tell...

Leaves cover the lawn of the formal garden as the sun sets

Explore the gardens

Lord Armstrong was a landscape genius - Cragside is his imagination in physical form. Visit the Formal Gardens, Pinetum and Rock Garden and see how he experimented with plants, trees and water on a gigantic scale to create the gardens here at Cragside

The Gertrude Jekyll Garden near Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland

The Gertrude Jekyll garden

Occupying the site of a vegetable patch which once provided the soldiers in the Castle with food, this garden is now a riot of bright plants all working together to create a beautiful carpet of colour.

Two visitors walking a dog through the garden at Wallington, Northumberland

Discover Wallington's secret garden

Soak up the atmosphere of the tranquil East Woods and discover the hidden Walled Garden, a delightful garden hidden behind high walls at the bottom of a woodland valley.

The parterre garden at Seaton Delaval Hall

Beautiful gardens

Discover the beauty of the gardens at Seaton Delaval Hall - stroll through the parterre, relax in the peaceful privy garden, explore the wider Vanbrugh landscape and give a hug to our old Weeping Ash...

17th-century style box hedging in the shape of a knott blow two terraces

The gardens at Washington Old Hall

Each of our gardens contrasts with the last and offers a new sensation for the senses. Explore them on your visit to our special place.