So many great things to see on your visit! Take time to explore 45 acres of beautifully planted woodland gardens, lakes and an arboretum, dotted with 90 striking sculptures and enhanced by the sounds of wildlife.

Plants & Flowers

The garden has one of the North’s largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias.

Primulas dance along the lakeside walks, look-out for the rare meconopsis blue poppy and enjoy the mass plantings of  hybrids and drifts of spring bulbs providing fantastic seasonal interest.

So many great things to see in the garden.

The Park

The park covers 45 acres of stunningly beautiful woodland, gardens and an arboretum; enhanced by 3 lakes, and a number of features for  visitors to enjoy. The landscape comprises of a beautiful valley providing breathtaking views across the park. So many great things to see in the garden.

Contemporary Sculptures

Discover 90 striking sculptures in this open-air gallery. From a bronze leopard stalking a roe deer, to a giant floating magnolia and a mini Stonehenge there is something for everyone to enjoy. Each sculpture has been chosen and positioned within the landscape in a way that relates to everything around them; the weather, light, vegetation and the close and long-distance views. It is an active relationship, with each sculpture focusing, intensifying and animating its environment. So many great things to see in the garden.

The landscape comprises of a beautiful valley with scenic woodland walks, enhanced by three lakes, a Pagoda, Summerhouse, Himalayan Shelter, Contemplation Circle and Norse Hut.
Why not buy a Season Ticket and enjoy the changing seasons at the Garden
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