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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.

The Royal Horticultural Society Garden Wisley is acclaimed by gardeners throughout the world, but you do not have to be a keen gardener to appreciate the beauty of Wisley: whatever the season, the Garden is a unique and enchanting place that people return to time and time again.

A Garden of Gardens

Covering more than 240 acres, Wisley is one of the world's biggest gardens, demonstrating more gardening techniques and styles than any encyclopaedia could ever hope to cover.

  • Model gardens showing plans that you can achieve
  • An array of glasshouses for year-round interest
  • Spring colour in the Alpine Meadow and Rock Garden
  • High summer colour in the mixed borders and rose gardens
  • Famous rhododendron, azalea and heather collections
  • A Wild Garden, a Pinetum and an Arboretum
  • Fruit, Vegetable and Herb gardens
  • One of the UK's most comprehensive plant centres
  • Shop with the finest collection of horticultural books in the world
  • Conservatory Cafe and Terrace Restaurant
  • Flower and vegetable trials conducted to compare the quality, performance and garden value of a wide variety of plants

    What's On At Wisley

    Throughout the year Wisley has a wide variety of different events taking place. With stunning and facinating orchids in the Glasshouse in Spring time to the ever popular August Flower Show and the very much enjoyed A Taste of Autumn, everyone can come and enjoy an event at Wisley. For children this year there are various activities taking place throughout August. For more event information please see the website of RHS Garden Wisley.

    Additional Information:

  • Guide dogs only
  • A free map showing suitable routes for Wheelchair bound visitors is available on request at the gate
  • A limited number of wheelchairs are available for loan by prior reservation
  • Special Group Packages

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    Directions

    By Road:
    20 miles south-west of London and 7 miles north of Guildford on the A3, close to the M25 (junction 10). Just follow the brown flower tourist signs on the M25 and on the A3.

    Public Transport:
    Trains from central London Waterloo to Woking. Taxis are usually available from the station to go to the garden.There is a bus, 515 which runs between Surbiton and Guildford.

    RHS Garden Wisley Postcode for SatNav: GU23 6QB

    Contact

     
    Tel:
    0845 260 9000
    Overseas enquiries +44 01483 224234
    Fax:
    +44 (0)1483 211 750
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