Gardens and parks in Wiltshire
There's plenty of inspiration to be found in a garden near you. Here are a few favourite Wiltshire gardens to explore with the family throughout the seasons.
When Stourhead first opened in the 1740s, a magazine described it as ‘a living work of art’. The world-famous landscape garden has at its centrepiece a magnificent lake reflecting classical temples, a mystical grotto, and rare and exotic trees, offering a day of fresh air and discovery.
Lacock Abbey's peaceful garden is a place to relax. Discover the Botanic Garden, greenhouse, orchard and woodland along with the sounds of nature at this green natural setting.
The garden is arranged as a series of 'rooms', each with an individual character. The garden is open all year so you can explore every season. With herbaceous borders, topiary and an orchard it’s an ideal place to relax.
Discover a delightful walled garden hidden behind this 18th-century town house, featuring a pergola and traditionally planted herbaceous borders. Re-opens 11 March.
Take a stroll through the romantic Arts and Crafts Garden with its orchard, terraces, topiary houses, gazebo, lily pond and spring-fed fishpond all surrounding the 15th-century manor house.
Discover a unique 15th-century manor house brimming with history, and a one of a kind romantic Arts and Crafts garden.
Fifteenth-century stone manor house
Enjoy far-reaching rolling parkland with tranquil views in the grounds of a Neo-Grecian house.