A rare gem nestled in the North Yorkshire countryside






2024 Opening

April 18th – June:   

Tuesdays to Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays

       July – 3rd November: 

 Wednesdays to Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays

        All Garden Entry Tickets must be booked online

We do not take cash on site



For 2024 Garden Entry Vouchers, Gift Vouchers & Early Bird discounted Season Tickets for 2024:  Book Now

Welcome to the Garden, nestled in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside, with 45 acres to explore.

Plants & Flowers


The Park




The Garden Tearoom

Enjoy hot and cold drinks, delicious lunches and afternoon tea with freshly prepared food and friendly service.

Food & Drink

The Woodland Playground

The woodland playground provides entertainment for children of all ages. Located next to the Garden Tearoom, it's a great spot for children to play while enjoying some refreshments.

The Plant Nursery

Meet our gardeners and buy from a selection of seasonal plants from the Garden Nursery. On sale from April - June,  1pm - 4pm   We always have a sample collection of our plants on sale outside our Ticket Office

Plants for sale

Help us raise fundraise for this all terrain mobility scooter

Sadly, due to the nature of the garden's terrain, it is not accessible for visitors in wheelchairs or with limited mobility. We hope to change this by fundraising to acquire this specialist all terrain 'Tamper' mobility scooter that will cope with our rough paths and steep gradients. Help us to help others by donating through our Just Giving site. Simply click on the Just Giving box below to donate. Many thanks.

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Dog Walking

We welcome well-behaved dogs, but ask that they are kept on a lead at all times and you clean up after them. For health & safety reasons we do not allow dogs in the Garden Tearoom, but there are plenty of outdoor tables for your use.

Garden History

Peter and Caroline Roberts originally bought the property in 1996, as a privately owned 20 acre woodland garden, which has now been extended to 45 acres.

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“We started the garden because the acid soil, abundance of springs and microclimate is ideal for growing Himalayan plants. The planting enhances our large, internationally recognised art collection and we add more features every year.”

Peter Roberts

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