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Gardens in the East of England

A circular pond, with a classical statue in the middle, in a formally designed garden with low green hedges lining the paths and borders filled with summer plants. At the back a brick-built hexagonal building with a cupola on top, and behind a line of trees
The Walled Garden at Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Looking to explore the outdoors? Discover the best gardens and parks to visit in the East of England and enjoy great days out all year round.

Gardens in Norfolk
In Norfolk, there are gardens showcasing the very best of this season's blooms. From productive walled gardens and colourful Mediterranean gardens to picturesque parterres.Explore the gardens
Gardens in Cambridgeshire
From a garden transformed at Anglesey Abbey where there's something to see every season, to Wimpole Estate where iconic garden and landscape designers have all left their mark. Don't miss the Victorian garden at Peckover, a hidden oasis in the heart of Wisbech.Explore the gardens
Gardens in Suffolk
In Suffolk you can explore the immaculate Italianate garden at Ickworth, the earliest surviving example of its kind; or the tranquil gardens at Melford Hall, with its crinkle-crankle wall.Explore the gardens
Gardens in Essex
The tranquil Arts and Crafts style cottage garden at Paycocke's in Coggeshall is a hidden gem, where you can enjoy a spot of croquet or a picnic on the lawn.Explore the garden
Gardens in Hertfordshire
The gardens at Shaw's Corner have been kept just as the playwright, George Bernard Shaw, liked them. Look out of his famous revolving writing hut, tucked away at the bottom of the garden.Explore the garden
View of a summer border filled with pink blooming roses, looking towards the stone temple facade at the Courts Garden, Wiltshire

Explore gardens and parklands

We care for more than 200 gardens and parks. From kitchen gardens full of fruit and veg to historic parkland, there’s something for everyone.