The tours will cover many of the plants that are seasonally in flower to showcase the diversity of plants that we can grow at Mount Stewart. It will be packed with gardening tips and advice, and we will also be showcasing our bulb collection. February’s focus will be on early daffodils, snowdrops and cyclamen planted around the West Terrace, some of the accessible areas of the Formal Gardens and the Lake Walk. March’s focus will be on daffodils, crocus and lesser-known bulbs planted around the West Terrace, some of the accessible areas of the Formal Gardens and the Lake Walk. April’s focus will be on the late flowering daffodils, alliums and tulips planted around the West Terrace, Mairi, Rose Garden and the Lake Walk.
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- Booking details
Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult.
- Meeting point
Please come to reception on arrival.
- What to bring and wear
Please dress for the weather and wear appropriate sturdy footwear
The walk will be around accessible areas of the gardens and Lake. This walk is suitable for those with walking aids and wheelchairs. Buggies are welcome, as are well behaved dogs on a short lead.
Please note that normal admission applies, NT members free.
Central Box Office
Embark on Mount Stewart's festive trail, circling the serene lake. Count cheerful robins in a family adventure that blends nature and tradition. Celebrate the season's joy surrounded by winter wonders. Join us for a magical holiday experience!