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Silver birch trees in The Winter Walk at Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire.
Silver birch trees in The Winter Walk at Anglesey Abbey | © National Trust Images/Rod Edwards

Gardens in Cambridgeshire

In Cambridgeshire, there are gardens showcasing the very best of this season's plants and blooms. From walled gardens and formal gardens to glasshouses and parterres, you might even find some inspiration for your own green space.

Top gardens to visit this autumn

The Winter Walk covered in frost in February at Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire

Explore the gardens at Anglesey Abbey 

Find out more about Anglesey Abbey’s glorious gardens, from the seasonal highlights to the history and design behind them.

A frosty morning in the Walled Garden, with bare trees and the brick walls with a dusting of frost

Visiting Wimpole Garden 

Discover Wimpole’s gardens and visit the Parterre, walk through the Pleasure Grounds meandering your way to the Walled Garden, with herbaceous borders and fruit trees.

View along a path towards the glasshouse at Peckover House and Garden, Cambridgeshire

The gardens at Peckover 

Tucked away behind a Georgian mansion sits a beautiful Victorian garden. Reflecting the family's love of travelling, horticulture and gardening, this hidden gem is full of surprises.