Exhibitions at Hidcote
Find out about exhibitions at Hidcote, showcasing work by a range of artists, local and international inspired by Hidcote.
75 years of the National Trust caring for Hidcote
This year we are celebrating Hidcote as a place of inspiration, creativity and solace with a series of inspiring exhibitions as we celebrate 75 years of being cared for by the National Trust.
"Hidcote: a sanctuary where formality meets unrestrained beauty, where colour, plants and structure inspire and stimulate the senses, still sparking passionate debate today"
Visitors to Hidcote can enjoy this series of 75th-anniversary exhibitions from April 2023 to February 2024. The exhibitions are located in the Entrance Hall of the house and are free to enter, normal admission to Hidcote applies. We recommend booking your car parking space in advance if planning to visit before 1pm, find out about booking your ticket here.
Hidcote: caring for a legacy
16 September to 25 February
Our final exhibition in the anniversary series celebrating 75 years of the National Trust at Hidcote looks at the people who have been the caretakers of Hidcote.
Enjoy a selection of photos from the Hidcote archives of staff at Hidcote from during Major Lawrence Johnston's time and of some of the National Trust staff who continue to care for the garden today for future generations to enjoy.
The exhibition is located in the Entrance Hall of the house and is free to enjoy. Normal admission to the property applies.
Visit Winthrop's Cafe and The Barn Kiosk (takeaway only) for a range of light snacks and beverages; or the National Trust shop, plant centre and second-hand bookshop for an array of tempting gifts and souvenirs.
Unravel the story of this Gloucestershire garden, from its priory beginnings, through Lawrence Johnston’s vision, to its acquisition by the National Trust.
Only assistance and support dogs are able to join you at Hidcote. Find out everything you need to know about visiting the garden with your assistance dog.
Explore Hidcote's Arts and Crafts-inspired garden, a network of ‘outdoor rooms' designed by the renowned horticulturalist Lawrence Johnston.
Looking to visit Hidcote as part of a club, society or registered travel company? Discover how to make a booking, how much you'll pay and any benefits you might receive.
We recommended that you book a car parking space in advance to guarantee entry on the day. Read this article to find out how to book and what to expect when you arrive.
Learn about the work the National Trust carries out at Hidcote to ensure that this Gloucestershire garden remains in tip-top condition all year round.