Explore a historic garden bordering the banks of the River Wye

Come and discover how the 10 acre site has evolved over the years passing through the hands of different families and fashions. The layout you see today is largely due to the improvements made by Roger Parr in the 1920's, with the garden split between the natural riverside garden and the productive walled garden.

Swans on the river Wye

The riverside garden

From spring blooms to autumn leaves, the riverside garden is outstandingly beautiful whatever the season.

The inside of the 1920s glass house

The Foster & Pearson glasshouse

If you're visiting The Weir Garden soon then make sure you pay a visit to the Foster & Pearson glasshouse in the walled garden. All sorts of interesting things are grown in here including succulents, grapes and fly-traps. Produce is also sold from here throughout the year, making a little extra income for the garden.

The 1920s boathouse at The Weir Garden

Features in the garden

Discover the features that makes the garden predominantly 1920s