Everything you need to know for your visit

We are open 12th April – 30th October 2022

April -June (closed on Mondays) 

July – October  (closed Mondays & Tuesdays)

Season tickets, daily admission tickets and gift vouchers must be purchased online – please go to the Book Now box at the top of the website to make your booking.

2022 Admission prices:  Autumn special £2 off adults tickets  – was £12 now £10

Children (under 16) FREE, Groups (plus 15 people) £11. Individual season ticket £30, (+Guest £60)

Online ticket sales are non refundable. We are unable to change tickets to a different date for weather related reasons. If you are unable to attend on the specific day booked (due to an emergency or illness) please contact the Office to arrange to visit on an alternative day. Please ensure when purchasing online tickets, that they are for the correct venue, we are unable to refund tickets bought for a different Garden or Sculpture Park.

Please act responsibly when booking tickets and follow Government Guidelines and Laws where applicable. Please adhere to all the guidelines outlined when visiting the Park, in order to make a safe environment for all to enjoy. Thank you.

Extreme Weather Conditions – Please check the website before you set off for daily updates

Extreme weather conditions, such as strong winds, storms, floods or snow could lead to the Park having to be closed during opening hours, and we may have to ask you to leave the Park. This will be done in accordance with our Health and Safety and Risk Assessments which prioritize visitor and staff safety. If we are unable to open the park or we have to ask you to leave during your visit due to weather conditions, we will arrange for you to visit on an alternative day.

Group Bookings 2022

We are currently taking coach and group bookings for 2022. Why not book a visit now and have something to look forward to. Groups of 15 or more people benefit from our reduced group rates when pre-booking their visits.


Sadly the park is not suitable for wheelchair users, mobility scooters or people with limited mobility. We are continually improving our paths however, the topography of the area dictates that the paths are steep in places, with some paths having a number of steps. We recommend using Coronation Drive (a paved drive down into the heart of the garden) for Pushchair access. The nature of the gravel paths means that it is somewhat of a workout in places to push a pushchair, and wider tyre chairs are more suitable for the terrain.
If you have not found everything you need to know here on the website, please contact us directly.

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