Things to see and do

Apples at Westbury Court Garden

Westbury Court Garden is one of the only surviving 17th-century Dutch water gardens in the UK. Visiting us feels like you have stepped back in time to a place of elegance and calm. Here you'll find straight canals reflecting the sky, clipped hedges, ornate garden buildings and old-fashioned orchards.

Trees and plants

Bring a picnic

You can picnic wherever you like in the garden, so make some sandwiches, pack your rug and find a spot under the trees, on the lawn or cross the bridge over the stream into the picnic area.

Catch the Bore

If you time your visit to Westbury Court Garden right you can wander down to the river and watch the Severn Bore pass through.

View the Severn Bore timetable

The Cliff and Horseshoe Walk

Enjoy a  pleasant one mile circular stroll through farmland, to the horseshoe of the River Severn.  Take in views of the Cotswolds, Forest of Dean and the Garden Cliffs.

Download the Cliffs and Horseshoe Walk trail (PDF / 0.8MB) download