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Biddulph Grange Garden

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Grange Road

An unusual Victorian garden and unique geological gallery created by James bateman and restored by the National Trust. The garden and gallery is a reflection of Batemans beliefs and interests and consists of tunnels and pathways that lead to compartment gardens with world themes. Dicover the tranquility of the Chinese garden, Egyptian Court, formal Italian garden and the America ground.

Rare and exotic plants specially collected from all over the globe fill each garden as well as some unusual features from the Victorian period, many of which are unique to Biddulph Grange. These include stumperies, an upside down tree, amazing rockwork and strange stone sculptures.

With each season the garden offers something new, from the fantastic display of Rhododendrons in early summer through to the exquisite colours of Autumn. So whether for inspiration for your own garden or just an escape into a different world, there really is something for visitors of all ages at Biddulph Grange Garden.

General Information:

  • Steps throughout garden unsuitable for wheelchairs
  • Shop
  • Tea room
  • Picnic area in car park
  • Dogs on lead in car park only
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    ½ mile North of Biddulph, 3½ miles South East of Congleton, 7 miles North of Stoke-on-Trent.
    Access from A527 Tunstall - Congleton road. Entrance on Grange Road.

    Biddulph Grange Garden Postcode for SatNav: ST8 7SD


    +44 (0)1782 517 999
    +44 (0)1782 510 624

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