Gardens in All Regions.

Barnsdale Gardens
Barnsdale Gardens is a joy to visit; 38 themed gardens, ponds and woodlands nestled in a quiet corner of the beautiful Rutland countryside, but just 10 minutes from Stamford and the A1.
Berkeley Castle
In 1153 Maurice Berkeley completed this fortress by the Severn Estuary at the command of Henry II, and ever since has been the home of the Berkeley family.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens were opened in 1832. They were designed by JC Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher.
Bodnant Garden
The garden at Bodnant is one of the finest in the world. It is situated above the River Conwy on ground sloping to the south-west and looks across the valley towards the Snowdonia range.
Castle Howard
Set in an elevated position, against the Howardian Hills in the North Riding of Yorkshire, Castle Howard's magnificent facade is visible for miles around.
Chatsworth
Chatsworth is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been the family home of the Cavendish family since 1549.There's always something different to see, do and discover at Chatsworth.
Eden Project
This Living Theatre of Plants and People is a vibrant reminder of our place in nature and is a living demonstration of regeneration.
Eltham Palace
In 1933 Stephen Courtauld - millionaire, war veteran and patron of the arts - looked to the suburb of Eltham as the setting for a breathtaking new home. His vision was to link a modern, fashionable residence to the Great Hall of a medieval royal palace.
Harewood House
For a great family day out, why not visit Harewood House?  The kids will love the Adventure Playground, and everyone will enjoy the exploring the grounds, the bird gardens and inside the house itself.
Royal Botanic Gardens Kew
On 3 July 2003 the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew was officially inscribed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Sandringham House, Museum & Gardens
Sandringham House is the country retreat of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, built by King Edward VII and passed down as a private home through three generations of monarchs.
Abbotsbury Sub Tropical Gardens
The Garden is now a mixture of formal and informal, with charming walled garden walks and spectacular woodland valley views.
Acorn Bank Garden and Watermill
Acorn Bank is a delightful sheltered garden, renowned for its herbs and orchards growing old English fruit varieties.
Anglesey Abbey, Gardens and Lode Mill
Anglesey Abbey estate is 96 acres of garden and parkland, a country house in the Jacobean style and an Eighteenth century watermill.
Arduaine Garden
Discover the quiet charm of Arduaine Garden at any time of year! Take a relaxing stroll among the spectacular rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias, where vibrant colours and delicate fragrances tantalise the senses
Arley Hall & Gardens
Arley Hall, with its ancient history and over 100 acres of gardens and parkland, has been owned and run by the same family for more than 500 years.
Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum
Nestling in the thickly wooded valley of the River Yeo lies the 1125ha (2700 acre) Arlington Court estate. At its centre stands the intimate and intriguing home of Miss Rosalie Chichester.
Athelhampton House and Gardens
Considered one of the finest 15th century houses in England, Athelhampton delights visitors with its superbly furnished rooms. The gardens, dating from 1891, are full of vistas and gain much from the fountains and River Piddle flowing through.
Attingham Park
Attingham Park was built in 1785 for the 1st Lord Berwick. It has a picture gallery by John Nash, magnificent Regency interiors and collections of silver, Italian furniture and Grand Tour paintings.
Baddesley Clinton Hall
Enjoy a day at Baddesley Clinton, the medieval moated manor house with hidden secrets! One the most enchanting properties owned by the National Trust, Baddesley Clinton has seen little change since 1633 when Henry Ferrers 'the Antiquary' died.
Basildon Park
This beautiful Palladian mansion was built in 1776-83. The interior is notable for its original delicate plasterwork and elegant staircase, as well as the unusual Octagon Room.
Batsford Arboretum
The earliest verifiable recorded history of Batsford Park, of which the Batsford Arboretum forms the central part, dates back to the Freeman family who owned the estate in the early part of the 17th Century.
Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest
Open all year, Bedgebury is the perfect place to walk, cycle, ride or play in a spectacular world of trees.
Belmont House and Garden
The unique Georgian house of Belmont, set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by classical English country parkland, commands stunning views of the rolling Kent countryside.
Benmore Botanic Garden
Come and marvel at nature's giants. Set in the dramatic Cowal Peninsula, Argyll, the Garden is world famous for its collections of flowering trees and shrubs.
Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum
The renowned waterfowl collection was started by the late Gerald Askew in the 1960's and soon became the largest private collection in the UK.
Beth Chatto Gardens
The Beth Chatto Gardens began in 1960. From an overgrown wasteland with poor gravel soil and boggy hollows, it has been transformed into an informal garden harmonising with the surrounding countryside.
Biddulph Grange Garden
An unusual Victorian Garden, restored by the National Trust. Containing a series of connected gardens including a Chinese temple, Egyptian Court, Dahlia Walk, Scottish Glen, Parterres, Avenues and many other settings.
Blickling Hall
Blickling is one of the greatest houses in East Anglia. The house dates from the early seventeenth century and has fine collections of furniture, pictures and tapestries.
Borde Hill Garden
The Stephenson Clarke family moved to Sussex in the 1840's and Stephenson R Clarke purchased Borde Hill in 1893. About 1912 his passion for collecting trees and shrubs began by financing expeditions to the Himalayas and China.
Boscobel House
Boscobel House was built in about 1632, when John Giffard of Whiteladies converted a timber-framed farmhouse into a hunting lodge.
Bosvigo
Beautiful gardens with rare and unusual plants and a small, specialist nursery.
Boughton House
Boughton House is the Northamptonshire home of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry.
Bourton House Garden
The Cotswolds' best kept secret! An award-winning three acre garden surrounding a fine 18th century Manor House and Grade I listed 16th century Tithe Barn.
Bowood House & Gardens
People come again and again to rediscover the enchantment of Bowood - a family stately home embracing a whole world of fascination in the splendour of a bygone age.
Bramham Park
Bramham Park is a splendid Queen Anne mansion, containing fine collections of furniture, porcelain and paintings and is set in the peaceful tranquillity of 66 acres of formal gardens and 100 acres of pleasure grounds.
Branklyn Garden
Described as the finest two acres of private garden in the country, this oasis of peace and colour is a real urban haven.
Brantwood
Brantwood was the home of John Ruskin from 1872 until his death in 1900, Brantwood became an intellectual powerhouse and one of the greatest literary and artistic centres in Europe.
Bressingham Steam and Gardens
Bressingham Hall offers a unique insight into the dual passions of Alan Bloom - horticulture and steam. The gardens are renowned worldwide, while the steam collection is one of the most comprehensive collections of steam engines and artefacts in England.
Bro Meigan Gardens
The 6.5 acres of gardens overlook the Preseli Hills and are perfect for gardeners, artists, photographers, birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Brodick Castle
This is a castle you will never forget! The tall, stately building beckons you with the glow of its warm red sandstone. The setting is superb - fronted by a magnificent bay, surrounded by gardens and overlooked by the majestic mountain of Goatfell.
Brodie Castle
Home to the Brodies for over 700 years, this lovely castle glows a rich warm pink in the sunshine.
Brook Cottage Garden
The 4-acre garden has been formed by an architect and a plantswoman since 1964 on the west facing slope of a valley. Originally the site comprised a paved courtyard surrounded on three sides by the 17th century Hornton stone house and barn.
Broughton House
An 18th-century house of the Murrays of Broughton and Cally, which was bought by E A Hornel, the renowned artist and member of the 'The Glasgow Boys'.
Buckland Abbey
Buckland was originally a small but influential Cistercian monastery. The house, incorporating the remains of the 13th-century abbey church, has rich associations with Sir Francis Drake and his seafaring rival, Sir Richard Grenville.
Burford House & Garden Centre
Uniquely situated where three counties meet, the 7 acres of lawn and stunning borders of Burford House Gardens sweep along the banks of the picturesque River Teme.
Buscot Park and the Faringdon Collection
Buscot Park was built by Edward Loveden Townsend in the 1770's. The house is a dignified example of late 18th-century taste for Italianate country houses.
Caerhays Castle Gardens
New plants are being tried out all the time at Caerhays which has now been designated as holders of a National Collection of Magnolias by the NCCPG.
Canons Ashby House
Canons Ashby has been the family home of the Drydens since Elizabethan times and that family atmosphere remains today.
Capel Manor Gardens
Capel Manor Gardens and estate provide a colourful and scented oasis surrounding a Georgian Manor House and Victorian Stables.
Capesthorne Hall
Capesthorne Hall has been the home of the Bromley-Davenport family and their ancestors since Domesday times.
Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens
These gardens of some 10 acres, are a rare survival of formal garden design of the early 18th Century when gardens were an oasis of elegance and beauty, far removed from the hazardous and hostile world beyond their walls
Castle Fraser
A visit to Castle Fraser is a great day out for the whole family. The castle is one of the finest in Aberdeenshire and is the largest, most elaborate Scottish castle built on the traditional 'Z' plan.
Centre for Alternative Technology
Our eco-centre features working examples of sustainable living, renewable energy, environmentally responsible building, energy conservation, organic growing and composting.
Charleston
In 1916 the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant moved to Sussex with their unconventional household. From the moment they arrived they began to transform the house with decorations.
Chillingham Castle
Visitors to Chillingham may recognise this wonderful 12th Century castle from its frequent appearences on TV and in films, including Elizabeth, The Real Harry Potter and many others.
Cholmondeley Castle Gardens
Visitors to Cholmondeley Castle Garden often say it's the most beautiful garden they've ever seen - why not join them and see if you agree?
Claremont Landscape Gardens
Claremont Landscape Gardens are an early example of what became known as Landscape Gardens in the early 18th century.
Claydon House
Claydon is an extraordinary house with remarkable 18th century, rococo and chinoiserie decoration. Features include the unique Chinese room and parquetry Grand Stairs.
Cliveden
This spectacular estate overlooking the River Thames has a series of charismatic gardens featuring topiary, statuary, water gardens, a formal parterre and woodland and riverside walks with magnificent vistas.
Compton Acres
Compton Acres invites you to escape to a different world. Twelve individual gardens in one, set in ten acres with spectacular views over Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island and the Purbeck Hills.
Coton Manor Garden
Coton Manor lies in peaceful Northamptonshire countryside and enjoys beautiful views providing an ideal setting for the garden.
Cragside
Enter the world of Lord Armstrong - Victorian inventor, innovator and lanscape genius. Cragside house was the wonder of its age, and the first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity.
Craigievar Castle
This fairytale-like castle, which exemplifies some of the best Scottish Baronial architecture, seems to have grown naturally out of the beautiful rolling hillsides of Aberdeenshire.
Crarae Gardens
The main garden at Crarae is set on a hillside down which tumbles the Crarae Burn, the scene is reminiscent of a Himalayan gorge. The surrounding tree and shrub collections are rich and diverse, planted for artistic and naturalistic effect.
Crathes Castle
An ideal place for the whole family to visit for a fantastic day out on Royal Deeside. The castle, with its fairytale turrets, is a superb example of a 16th-century tower house
Crook Hall and Gardens
Crook Hall built in the 13th century is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Durham. The Hall is a jumble of buildings reflecting its historical development.
Dalemain Mansion and Historic Gardens
Behind the impressive pink ashlar fašade lies the real surprise of Dalemain - its sheer variety. The history of the house stretches from Saxon times to early Georgian and has been in the same family since 1679
Dawyck Botanic Garden
Discover Dawyck's secrets as you explore its woodlands in the stunning surroundings of the Scottish Borders. Over 300 years of tree planting has created one of the world's finest arboreta.
Denmans Garden
The unique 20th century garden, jointly owned by renowned garden designer and author John Brookes MBE and Mr Michael Neve, is beautifully planted for all year interest
Docton Mill
Situated only 1,400 yards from the famous Spekes Mill Mouth Coastal Waterfall, the garden at Docton Mill was created in 1980 around the existing river, waterways, leats and ponds.
Doddington Place Gardens
The lovely landscaped gardens are set in the grounds of an imposing Victorian mansion and cover ten acres.
Dorney Court
Dorney Court has been the home of the Palmer family for more than 450 years, passing from father to son through thirteen generations. It is a Grade 1 listed building.
Dorothy Clive Garden
The Dorothy Clive Garden is intimate and informal. It embraces a variety of landscape features, including a superb woodland garden, an alpine scree, a damp garden and spectacular summer flower borders.
Drum Castle
This castle, one of the most beautiful in Royal Deeside, was owned by the Irvine family of Drum for 653 years.
Drumlanrig Castle Gardens and Country Estate
Set on the 80,000 acre Queensberry Estate complete with Country Park and Victorian Gardens, Drumlanrig Castle presents one of the finest examples of late 17th century Renaissance architecture
Drummond Castle Gardens
The gardens you see today were probably already of some significance in 1630, since Mylne's sundial was put in position in that year.
Duncombe Park
Sir Charles Duncombe's new Baroque mansion was completed in 1713 on a virgin plateau overlooking Helmsley Castle and the valley of the River Rye.
Dunrobin Castle
Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly of Scotland's great houses. It is the largest house in the highlands, and is one of Britains oldest continuously inhabited houses, dating in part from the early 1300s.
Dyffryn Gardens
Not just one garden but a series of gardens. These Grade 1 listed gardens are now owned and managed by the Vale of Glamorgan Council and are being restored.
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
These internationally famous Grade 1 listed gardens were the inspiration of Margery Fish who was the undisputed 'Leading Lady of Gardening' from the 1950's until her death in 1969.
Edmondsham House and Gardens
Edmonsham House is a fine Tudor Manor House with Georgian additions, which has remained within the ownership of the same family since the sixteenth Century.
Edzell Castle & Garden
This is a remarkable and very beautiful complex, with a late-medieval tower house incorporated in to a 16th century courtyard mansion.
Elton Hall
Elton Hall stands in the midst of unspoilt landscaped parkland, on a site where there has been a house since the Norman Conquest.
Emmetts Garden
This charming and informal garden at the highest point in Kent was laid out in the late 19th Century., with many exotic and rare trees and shrubs from across the world.
Erddig Hall, Gardens & Country Park
Erddig is a very special place. It is a unique family home that has captured the way of life of a bustling household community during the early years of this century.
Escot Gardens, Maze & Forest Adventure
Award-winning Escot is set in 220 acres of stunning private parkland in the heart of East Devon.
Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway
A visit to Exbury is unforgettable. Created by Lionel de Rothschild in the 1920s, the Gardens are a stunning vision of his inspiration, offering 200 acres of natural beauty and horticultural variety.
Falkland Palace
The Royal Palace of Falkland, set in the heart of a unique medieval village, was the country residence and hunting lodge of eight Stuart monarchs, including Mary, Queen of Scots.
Felbrigg Hall
This lovely house is within North Norfolk's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and stands in its own 1,750 acre estate. It is one of the finest seventeenth century houses in the country.
Finchcocks
Finchcocks is a fine early Georgian manor in a beautiful unspoilt setting which houses a magnificent collection of some ninety historical keyboard instruments.
Forde Abbey and Gardens
Founded in 1146, Forde Abbey was one of the most significant Cistercian monasteries in England during the four centuries that separated the reign of King Stephen from the Reformation.
Furzey Gardens
These informal gardens were first planted in 1922 and are renowned for their all year round beauty.
Fyne Court
Fyne Court was the home of the Crosse family from the day of its founding until being handed over to The National Trust in 1967.
Garden Museum
The Garden Museum (formerly the Museum of Garden History) aims to become the leading national venue for exhibitions and debate on gardens and garden design.
Gawthorpe Hall
Gawthorpe Hall was built between 1600 and 1605 for the Shuttleworth family who had already been at Gawthorpe for over 200 years.
Geilston Garden
Set around Geilston House (not open to the public), which is thought to date from the late 17th century, this enchanting garden was first opened to visitors in 1998.
Glansevern Hall
Over 25 acres of glorious gardens surrounding a Greek revival house of great elegance on the banks of the River Severn.
Glendurgan Gardens
Glendurgan Gardens is one of the great sub-tropical gardens which can be found scattered throughout the mild South West of England.
Great Comp Garden
Set in the heart of the Garden of England and surrounding a 17th century house, Great Comp Garden is the delightful creation of Roderick and Joy Cameron, their having moved to Great Comp in 1957.
Greenbank Garden
Within easy reach of city dwellers, this unique walled garden contains a collection of designs of particular interest to suburban gardeners. These include a parterre layout, fountains and a woodland walk.
Greys Court
Greys Court is a picturesque and intriguing house, originally 14th-century, with a beautiful courtyard and a tower surviving from 1347. It was later involved with Jacobean court intrigue.
Groombridge Place Gardens and the Enchanted Forest
Welcome to Groombridge, a beautiful wealden valley with an incredible 700 year old history.
Haddo House
Haddo House is unusual for Aberdeenshire in that it is not a castle - yet it is one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public in Scotland.
Ham House
Ham House is unique in Europe as the most complete survival of 17th century power and fashion. Built in 1610, it was enlarged during the 1670s when it was at the heart of Restoration court life and intrigue.
Harmony Garden
A delightfully tranquil walled garden comprising lawns, herbaceous and mixed borders, vegetable and fruit areas, and a rich display of spring bulbs.
Hartland Abbey and Gardens
Hartland Abbey was founded in 1157 in a narrow, wandering valley running inland from the Atlantic coast. It was dissolved in 1539 having survived longer than any monastery in the country.
Hatchlands Park
Built in 1758 for Admiral Edward Boscawen and set in a beautiful Repton Park offering a variety of park and woodland walks, Hatchlands contains splendid interiors by Robert Adam, decorated in appropriately nautical style.
Hatfield House
Celebrated Jacobean House and Tudor Old Palace steeped in Elizabethan and Victorian political history in a spectacular countryside setting. Built in 1607 and home of the Cecil family for 400 years.
Helmsley Walled Garden
Set against the backdrop of Helmsley Castle and Duncombe Park, the five acre garden, originally built in 1756, has recently benefited from 15 years of extensive restoration.
Hergest Croft Gardens
Hergest Croft Gardens lie in the heart of the Welsh Marches with stunning views towards the Black Mountains.
Herterton House Garden and Nursery
Created by Frank and Marjorie Lawley since 1976, this is a small (1 acre) new country garden on 17th Century lines.
Hidcote Manor Garden
Hidcote Manor Garden is one of those gardens which can only be found in England! It was created by keen horticulturist, Major Lawrence Johnston, on a Cotswold property bought for him by his mother.
High Beeches Gardens
Enjoy twenty acres of enchanting, landscaped, woodland and water gardens.
Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse & Garden
This fascinating mansion house, built in 1906, reflects the period 1870 - 1920 when Scotland was the industrial workshop of the world.
Hinton Ampner Garden
Hinton Ampner is one of the great gardens of the 20th-century. It is a masterpiece of design by Ralph Dutton, 8th and last Lord Sherborne, uniting a formal layout with varied and informal plantings in pastel shades.
Hodnet Hall Gardens
Winner of the Christies Historic Houses Association Garden of the Year Award for 1985, and subject of numerous BBC radio and television programmes.
Hole Park Gardens
Hole Park Gardens are situated on the edge of the picturesque Weald village of Rolvenden. A family owned estate Hole Park has been owned by the Barham family for the past four generations.
Holker Hall and Gardens
At Holker you always feel like a welcome guest not a tourist. It is set in exceptionally beautiful countryside with gardens merging into parkland, with hills on one side and the expanse of Morecambe Bay on the other.
Hollygate Cactus Garden and Nursery
This unique collection of over 30,000 plants has been built up over the years and is well known throughout the world. It features many rare plants from the more arid areas of the world such as USA, Mexico, South America, Africa etc.
Horn Park Gardens
The large and beautiful gardens, in a unique position and with magnificent views to the sea, surround the house built in 1911 by a pupil of Lutyens.
Horniman Museum & Gardens
Welcome to the award-winning Horniman Museum and Gardens - where you can discover more about the World, its people, their cultures, and its environment.
Houghton Hall
Houghton Hall is one of the finest examples of Palladian architecture in England, it was built in the 1720s for Sir Robert Walpole, Britain's first prime minister.
House of Dun
This beautiful Georgian house, overlooking the Montrose Basin nature reserve, was designed by William Adam in 1730.
How Caple Court Gardens
The 11 acre gardens of How Caple Court date from Edwardian times and are set high above the River Wye with views towards the Forest of Dean and the Welsh Mountains.
Howick Hall Gardens
The gardens at Howick are deliberately aimed at garden lovers and we intend to keep them free from commercial exploitation.
Hughenden Manor
Hughenden Manor was the home of Victorian prime minister and statesman Benjamin Disraeli from 1848 until his death in 1881. Most of his furniture, books and pictures remain in this, his private retreat.
Ickworth House, Park & Garden
Ickworth is one of the most unusual and most surprising of National Trust properties, an elegant Italianate house and gardens set within spectacular English parkland.
Inveresk Lodge Garden
This inviting terraced garden in the historic village of Inveresk entices visitors with its colours and perfumes, colourful herbaceous beds, a variety of attractive shrubs and the scent of roses.
Inverewe Garden
Inverewe is a must for all garden lovers. Enjoy the outstanding plant collections from all four corners of the world, including spectacular rhododendrons, azaleas and specimen trees and shrubs.
Jedburgh Abbey
Jedburgh Abbey is one of the border abbeys founded by David I around 1138 for Augustinian canons.
Kellie Castle
This very fine example of domestic architecture in Lowland Scotland dates from the 14th century and was sympathetically restored by the Lorimer family in the late 19th century.
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens
Kelmarsh is a 3,363 acre (1361ha) agricultural estate at the heart of which stands the eighteenth century Kelmarsh Hall, surrounded by its pleasure gardens and parkland.
Kingston Lacy
Kingston Lacy is a magnificent mansion with important collections, set in attractive formal gardens and parkland.
Knebworth House
The Lytton family have lived at Knebworth for 500 years. Queen Elizabeth 1 stayed here, Charles Dickens acted in private theatricals in the House and Winston Churchill's painting of the Banqueting Hall hangs in the room where he painted it.
Knoll Gardens
Hidden away in a quiet corner of east Dorset is the garden of internationally acclaimed plantsman Neil Lucas.Strolling around this secluded four-acre garden you'll discover rare and unusual trees and shrubs
Lamorran House Gardens
The gardens at Lamorran House are situated on the Roseland Peninsula with extensive views of St Anthony's Head and the lighthouse. The gardens enjoy a favoured microclimate in an already favoured area.
Leith Hall
There are 286 acres of scenic estate land to explore. The formal and informal gardens are noted for their colour and diversity.
Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens
Leonardslee is internationally famous for its wonderful display of Rhododendron and Azaleas. In May the gardens are considered to be one of the most magnificent gardens in Europe.
Levens Hall
The Hall is a magnificent Elizabethan mansion built around a 13th century pele tower with unique Topiary Gardens and a working steam collection.
Logan Botanic Garden
In the far Southwest of Scotland on a peninsula washed by the Gulf Stream, Logan's mild climate allows a fine collection of exotic plants to grow out-of-doors.
Loseley Park
Built in 1562 by Sir William Moore, a fine example of Elizabethan architecture, set amid beautiful parkland grazed by the Loseley Jersey herd.
Lydney Park Gardens
Lydney Park Gardens is open during the Spring and on certain days in the summer as part of the National Garden Scheme (Yellow Book).
Malleny Garden
A peaceful haven from the bustle of the nearby capital, this three-acre walled garden has a delightful collection of old-fashioned roses and fine herbaceous borders.
Marle Place Garden and Gallery
Marle Place is a peaceful, privately owned garden with ten acres of formal planting and many more acres of woodland and orchard.
Marwood Hill Gardens
At Marwood Hill there are over eighteen acres of landscaped gardens with a large collection of trees, shrubs, herbaceous and alpine plants.
Melbourne Hall
In its picturesque poolside setting, Melbourne Hall was once the home of Victorian Prime Minister, William Lamb, who as 2nd Viscount Melbourne, gave his name to the famous city in Australia.
Milton Lodge Gardens
Mature Grade 2 listed terraced garden with outstanding views of Wells Cathedral and the Vale of Avalon. There are mixed borders, roses and fine trees. Separate 7 acre arboretum.
Minterne Gardens
The Minterne Valley, landscaped in the manner of Capability Brown in the 18th century, has been the home of the Churchill and Digby families for over 350 years.
Mirehouse
The present house was built in 1666 by the 8th Earl of Derby for his visits to his Cumbrian estates. In 1688 he sold it to his agent Roger Gregg. This is the only time it has been sold.
Morden Hall Park
This oasis in the heart of suburbia covers over 50 hectares (125 acres) of parkland with the River Wandle meandering through.
Mottisfont Abbey Garden, House and Estate
This 12th-century Augustinian priory was converted into a private house after the Dissolution and still retains the spring or "font" from which its name is derived. The abbey contains a drawing-room decorated by Rex Whistler.
Mottistone Manor Garden
Mottistone Manor features a garden noted for its colourful herbaceous borders, grassy terraces planted with fruit trees and sea views.
Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
Created in 1971, the park covers over 800 acres and is owned by Cornwall Council and Plymouth City Councils. Mount Edgcumbe has been famous since the 18th Century for its landscape and gardens.
Mount Stuart
Mount Stuart, a spectacular Victorian Gothic house, is the magnificent architectural fantasy of the 3rd Marquess of Bute (1847-1900) and the Scottish architect Robert Rowland Anderson.
Newstead Abbey
Founded as a monastic house in the late twelfth century, Newstead became the Byron family seat in 1540. Newstead's most famous owner, the poet Lord Byron, sold the property in 1818.
Normanby Hall Country Park
Nestling in the heart of North Lincolnshire's tranquil countryside Normanby Hall Country Park is the ideal day out for all the family.
Norton Conyers
The walled garden is in full cultivation. Laid out in the mid 18th century, it retains the essentials of its original design, combined with sympathetic replanting in the English style.
Nymans Gardens
Nymans is a garden for true gardening enthusiasts. It successfully combines the horticultural attributes of a plant collector's garden with a clear design which is easy on the eye.
Oakwell Hall
This beautiful, Elizabethan manor house has delighted visitors for centuries. Built in 1583, the hall is now set out as it would have been in the 1690s, when it was the home of the Batt family.
Old Mill Herbary
The Old Mill Herbary is located in an idyllic valley setting, with about 5 acres of semi-wild terraced gardens on a steep south-facing bank.
Ormesby Hall
Ormesby Hall is an intimate home lived in by the Pennyman family for more than 300 years, with fine plaster work, carved wood decoration and fascinating portraits.
Osterley Park
The spectacular 18th-century interiors of the Osterley Park house comprise one of Britain's most complete examples of Robert Adam's work.
Otley Hall
Otley Hall is a stunningly beautiful 15th century medieval moated Hall. Still a family home, it is set in 10 acres of gardens in the tranquil Suffolk countryside.
Oxburgh Hall
The Hall has a magnificent Tudor Gatehouse and boasts needlework by Mary Queen of Scots. Oxburgh is surrounded by lovely gardens and there are charming woodland walks with picnic areas.
Painshill Park
Painshill Park is one of the most important 18th century landscapes in Europe. It was created by the Hon. Charles Hamilton between 1738 and 1773 as a series of subtle and surprising scenes.
Painswick Rococo Gardens
The sole, complete survivor from the brief Rococo period of English garden design (1720-1760).
Parcevall Hall Gardens
Parcevall Hall Gardens are considered to be a fine example of the Arts and Crafts movement and are the only RHS and English Heritage registered gardens open to the public in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Pashley Manor Gardens
'One of the finest Gardens in England' Pashley offers a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings and fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds with interest and colour throughout the year.
Paxton House
Built in 1758 to the design of John Adam for the dashing Scottish Laird, Patrick Home of Billie, Paxton House is the finest eighteenth century Palladian Country House in Britain.
Peckover House and Garden
Set in the attractive market town of Wisbech, Peckover House is a lovely Georgian brick town house with a charming two acre Victorian walled garden.
Penjerrick Garden
Penjerrick is an uncommercialised 10-acre garden created by the 19th century Fox family.
Penrhyn Castle
Built for the wealthy Pennant family on the profits of Welsh slate and Jamaican sugar, Penrhyn Castle is an extravagant example of early 19th century neo-Norman architecture.
Penshurst Place & Gardens
Penshurst Place is one of England's finest historic houses set in the Weald of Kent's peaceful rural landscape.
People's Palace and Winter Gardens
The People's Palace is Glasgow's social history museum, set in historic Glasgow Green.
Pines Garden and The Pines Calyx
The Museum has a wealth of local and maritime interest and an exhibition of Noel Coward who was once a celebrated resident of St. Margaret's in the early 1950's.
Pinetum Park & Pine Lodge Gardens.
Growing the largest collection of plants in any garden in the south west.
Pitmedden Garden
A visit here offers an experience as rich in history as any country house or castle. The Garden was originally laid out in 1675 by Pitmedden's first baronet, Sir Alexander Seton, and was re-created by the NTS in the 1950s.
Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens
Plas Newydd, the ancestral home of the Marquess of Anglesey bears witness to the turbulent history of the family; their noble beginnings during the time of Henry VIII
Port Lympne The Aspinall Wild Animal Experience
Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, in Kent, is a 500 acre safari adventure.
Powell-Cotton Museum
The Park, gardens and woodlands provide an attractive and tranquil backdrop to Quex House, one of Kent's finest Regency houses, and the Powell-Cotton Museum a vast collection of treasures gathered on twenty-eight expeditions to Africa and Asia.
Powis Castle and Garden
It is hard to believe that the oldest parts of Powis Castle were begun around 800 years ago and some of the oaks were planted at a similar time. The castle was built by the Welsh Princes.
Prebendal Manor House
The Prebendal Manor is a 1,200 year old medieval centre on the north eastern edge of Northamptonshire, near Oundle, Stamford and Peterborough.
Prior Park Landscape Garden
Take the opportunity to stroll across the Palladian bridge, one of just four in the world of similar design, with a visit to the Prior Park Landscape Garden.
Priorwood Gardens
Priorwood is a specialist garden where the plants grown are selected for their suitability for drying.
Raby Castle
See the proud stronghold built by the mighty Neville dynasty in 1360, which has stood for centuries as a monument to their power and ambition.
Ragley Hall
Ragley is the Family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford, seat of the Conway-Seymour family. Designed in 1680 by Robert Hooke.
RHS Garden Harlow Carr
One of Yorkshire's most relaxing and surprising gardens at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales!
RHS Garden Hyde Hall
Nestled in the heart of rural Essex, Hyde Hall is an oasis of peace and tranquillity providing somewhere to watch the changing seasons and get closer to nature.
RHS Garden Rosemoor
Rosemoor is now firmly established as a garden of National importance. Since it was gifted to the Society in 1988 by Lady Anne Berry an intensive programme of development has created a 65 acre garden of great variety and interest.
RHS Garden Wisley
With stunning and facinating orchids in the Glasshouse in Spring time to the ever popular Flower Show and the very much enjoyed A Taste of Autumn, everyone can come and enjoy an event at Wisley.
Rodmarton Manor
Rodmarton Manor, near Cirencester in Gloucestershire, was one of the last country houses to be built in the old traditional style when everything was done by hand with local stone, local timber and local craftsmen.
Rousham House & Gardens
Rousham's landscape garden should be a place of pilgrimage for students of the work of William Kent (1685-1748). Rousham represents the first phase of English landscape design.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Discover the wonders of the plant kingdom in Scotland's Premier Garden. Plants from around the world are displayed in over 28 hectares of beautifully landscaped grounds.
Royal National Rose Garden
The new Gardens of the Rose were designed for the Royal National Rose Society by Michael Balston and built by Adam Frost Landscapes (both Gold Medal Winners at the Chelsea Flower Show).
Rydal Mount and Gardens
Rydal Mount, in the heart of the Lake District, retains a lived-in, family atmosphere and has seen little change since Wordsworth and his family came to live there in 1813.
Ryton Gardens - the home of Garden Organic
Garden Organic Ryton - run by the charity Garden Organic (formerly known as HDRA) - attracts more than 30,000 visitors each year.
Scone Palace
Scone is a place that breathes history like nowhere else in Scotland. Poised above the River Tay, the Palace overlooks the routes north to the Highlands and east through Strathmore to the coast.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens
Situated in a dramatic cliff-top position, forming the gateway to the Flamborough Heritage Coast, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, set in 50 acres of early 19th century parkland, enjoys spectacular views over Bridlington Bay.
Sheffield Botanical Garden
Sheffield Botanical Gardens were designed in 1834 by Robert Marnock, a leading horticulturalist and landscape designer. The Gardens are listed by English Heritage as a Grade II site of special historic and architectural interest.
Sheffield Park and Garden
Sheffield Park may be one National Trust property that cricket lovers will really want to visit. It was the site of the first England v. Australia cricket match in 1884.
Sherborne Castle
The present Sherborne Castle was built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 and has been the Stately Home of the Digby family since 1617.
Sheringham Park
Sheringham Park was designed in 1812 by Humphry Repton, the great landscape designer. Repton himself said it is "my most favourite work".
Sissinghurst Castle Garden
Sissinghurst Gardens in Kent was the creation of author Vita Sackville-West and her husband, Harold Nicolson, MP, in the 1930's. Vita inherited Sissinghurst Castle in the 1930s.
Somerleyton Hall & Gardens
Somerleyton Hall is the family home of The Hon. Hugh and Lara Crossley.
Spetchley Park Gardens
The Gardens at Spetchley are amongst the finest in the country. Set in lovely countryside 3 miles east of Worcester on the A422 they extend over 30 acres.
Squerryes Court
Experience the warm welcome of this beautiful 17th Century manor house, still lived in by the descendants of John Warde who purchased Squerryes from the Earl of Jersey in 1731.
Stanway House and Fountain
Stanway House, an outstandingly beautiful example of a Jacobean manor house is situated near Winchcombe in the glorious Gloucestershire countryside and is now the setting for a 300ft single jet gravity fountain - the tallest fountain in Britain.
Stanway Water Garden
One of the finest 18th century water gardens, restored in 1998, Stanway lies beneath the 700 foot high Cotswold escarpment. Its grand formal Canal, with 165 foot high fountain , stands on a great grass terrace overlooking the Jacobean manor house.
Stapeley Water Gardens
Stapeley Water Gardens is the perfect destination to keep the whole family entertained. At the Palms Tropical Oasis there's a whole new world of rare plants, as well as animals.
Staunton Country Park
At Staunton Country Park there is something for all the family, including farm, follies and fabulous glasshouses.
Stirling Castle
Towering over the city, Stirling Castle is amongst Scotland's most celebrated visitor attractions.
Stone House Cottage Gardens
Stone House Cottage Gardens is a one acre walled plantsman's garden with towers. A huge range of unusual plants grown - many for sale in the adjoining nursery. Climbing plants are a speciality.
Stonor
Stonor has been the home of Lord and Lady Camoys and the Stonor family for over eight hundred years. It is set the beautiful Chiltern Hills with commanding views of the surrounding deer park.
Stowe Landscape Gardens
One of the first and finest Georgian landscape gardens in Britain, Stowe has over 30 arches and temples mirrored in the waters of lakes or silhouetted against the sky. The garden and park were created by the Temple family during a two hundred year period.
Swiss Garden
A visit to the Swiss Garden takes you back to the early 19th century, when an interest in ornamental gardening and picturesque architecture were first combined.
Tatton Park
A day at Tatton Park has much to offer. Its two historic houses are set in 1000 acres of beautiful rolling parkland with lakes, tree-lined avenues and herds of red and fallow deer.
The Vyne
Step into another world when you visit this richly historic house in a glorious, unspoilt setting, and discover a wealth of rare treasures and domestic features.
The Walled Garden at Scampston
Scampston is among the best examples of the English Country House, combining fine architecture with a wealth of art treasures in a beautiful parkland setting in Yorkshire.
Thorp Perrow Arboretum Bird of Prey & Mammal Centre
Thorp Perrow is an 85 acre Arboretum set in over 1000 acres of parkland and is owned and managed by Sir John Ropner.
Threave
Threave Garden has something to offer in all seasons. At 64 acres, it is best known for its spectacular springtime display of daffodils, but herbaceous beds are colourful in summer and the trees and heather garden are striking in autumn.
Tintinhull Garden
The delightful two-acre Somerset garden at Tintinhull is a fine example of how small can still be beautiful.
Torosay Castle & Gardens
A beautiful and welcoming Victorian family home surrounded by 12 acres of spectacular gardens.
Trebah Garden
Trebah is a uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish ravine garden - the wild and magical result of 160 years of inspired and dedicated creation.
Trelissick Garden
Whether you are visiting Trelissick Garden to see the fantastic collection of plants which thrive in the Cornish climate, or for the splendid harbour views which can be enjoyed.
Trengwainton Garden
Occupying a sheltered south-facing position at the westernmost toe of Cornwall, Trengwainton Garden has views of Mounts Bay, easily identified by the rocky St Michaels Mount just offshore.
Trewithen House, Gardens and Nurseries
The outstanding Trewithin Gardens, created over a hundred years ago, are internationally famous.
Ugbrooke Park
A warm welcome awaits you at Ugbrooke Park, home of the Lords Clifford of Chudleigh for three hundred years and the present Clifford family's private home.
Upton House & Gardens
Upton House is a late seventeenth century house, built of the mellow local stone, which was remodelled by Walter Samuel, 2nd Viscount Bearstead, after his purchase of the property in 1927.
Waddesdon Manor
Waddesdon manor was built between 1874 and 1889 in the style of a 16th-century French chateau for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to entertain his guests and display his vast collection of art treasures.
Wakehurst Place
As well as having an exceptionally fine Elizabethan house, Wakehurst Place has some spectacular gardens which are actually managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Walcot Hall
Walcot Hall dates back to Tudor times, the original Elizabethan facade being gabled. In 1763, Lord Clive of India commissioned Sir William Chambers, leading architect of the time to redesign the house.
Walton Hall Gardens
With spacious lawns, picnic areas, play area, children's zoo, heritage centre and outdoor games it is the ideal place for a family day out.
Wentworth Castle Gardens
One of the most important historic gardens in the North of England, this hidden gem celebrates its 300th anniversary in 2009.
West Dean Gardens
A visit to West Dean Gardens is the perfect day out for all the family.
West Wycombe Park
The West Wycombe Park house is one of the most theatrical and Italianate mid-18th-century buildings in England with facades designed as classical temples.
Westbury Court Garden
Westbury Court Garden offers a little touch of the Netherlands in the heart of Gloucestershire.
Weston Park
Visit Weston Park, set in the spectacular Shropshire countryside, and you will marvel at the beautiful Seventeenth Century House and the splendour of the 1,000 acre Parkland in which it rests.
Westonbirt The National Arboretum
Westonbirt - The National Arboretum, in the South Cotswolds, is one of the most magical and important tree gardens in the world. With over 600 acres of picturesque historic landscape
Whitley Court
Although Whitley Court is merely a shell of its former magnificence, the impressive scale of the Grade I listed hall and the magnificently restored Grade II listed gardens make this a superb place to visit.

Wightwick Manor and Gardens
This fascinating house contains one of the finest collections of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement. Visitors can explore this Victorian masterpiece with its Great Parlour and timber-framed exterior.
Wilton House
Wilton house, 450 year old home to the Earl of Pembroke, provides a fascinating insight into British history.
Wimpole Hall, Garden and Park
Wimpole Hall, set in rolling parkland and woodland, is part of the 2,500 acre Wimpole Estate. The Hall is a magnificent country house, mainly eighteenth century in style.
Winkworth Arboretum
Winkworth Arboretum is the happy result of one man's passion for trees and his desire to share his collection with the nation through The National Trust.
Woburn Abbey
Experience living history at Woburn Abbey, home to the Dukes of Bedford for over 300 years and still home to the 15th Duke and his family today.
Wye Valley Shipley Gardens
Shipley Gardens surround a 17th Century Wye Valley homestead standing upon the site of previous dwellings that since Roman times have administered the adjacent ford and former ferry.

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