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Your visit to Overbeck's Garden

Visitors surrounded by trees and plants in the garden at Overbeck's
Visitors in the garden at Overbeck's | © National Trust Images/John Millar

It is no longer necessary to pre-book your visit to the garden, but we do recommend you check the information on how to get here.

When you arrive

If you are arriving at Overbeck's Garden by car, please find a parking space either on the driveway or in the small car park on the right near the top of the hill. Once you have arrived by car or on foot please continue up the drive to a small reception area.

If you’re a member, you’ll need to show your membership card at our visitor reception hut.

There is no limit to the amount of time you can spend at Overbeck's during your visit.


Parking is free if you're a member. There is a £6 parking fee for non-members (Paybyphone) in peak season, and out of season £3. Alternatively you can park at the National Trust East Soar car park (TQ7 3DR) and take a pleasant 1.2 mile (1.9km) walk to Overbeck's Garden.

Parking is free if your'e a member, please scan your card. For non- members East Soar is also a Paybyphone car park with a £3 charge or you have the option to pay by coins at the Pay and Scan meter. You can also pay by coins at North Sands (not National Trust) about one mile away.

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