Everything you need to know for your visit
We are open 18th April – 3rd November 2024
April – June Tuesdays – Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays
July – November Wednesdays – Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays
Children 5-16yrs: £4
Children 4 years & under: FREE
Family 2 adults & 2 children: £33
Family 2 adults & 3: £36
Carers assisting a visitor to the garden get free entry
SEASON TICKETS for 2024
£30 (individual – plus 2 free children)
£60 (individual & guest – plus 4 free children)
Groups (plus 12 people) £12 per person. Please email us to book a group visit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Garden admission tickets for your visit need to be purchased online – Click Here to Book Now
Unfortunately, pre-booking garden tickets is a stipulation placed upon the Himalayan Garden by the planning office to manage daily visitor numbers. You may book tickets online on the morning of your visit if the daily ticket allocation has not been reached. If you are unable to book online please call us so we can make alternative arrangements for you on 01765 658009 or email: email@example.com
If you are unable to attend on the specific day you have booked (due to an emergency or illness) please contact us to arrange to visit on an alternative day.
Please ensure when purchasing online tickets that they are for the correct venue as we are unable to refund tickets bought for a different garden or sculpture park.
Sadly, the main body of the garden can not be accessed safely by wheelchair users and mobility scooters or people with limited mobility, due to its steep valley sides and numerous steps. The nature of the gravel paths means it can also be difficult using children’s pushchairs.
If you, or a member of your group uses a wheelchair or mobility scooter or has mobility difficulties, you can enjoy the top of the park and access the Buddha Garden, Information Centre, and make use of the Tearoom and restroom facilities free of charge. Carers assisting a visitor to the garden get free entry.
We are currently fundraising to acquire and all terrain vehicle for visitors use, to provide safe access into the garden Please help by clicking on the Just Giving box to donate
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.
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