As we begin to take our first tentative steps out of lockdown, the warm weather and longer days have brought with them a sense of hope and optimism. Summer Solstice, or ‘Midsummer’s Day’ is traditionally an opportunity to reflect, look to the future and enjoy the nature that surrounds us.
Join us on Saturday June 20th June as we open the Park and Gardens for visitors to enjoy the evening sunshine, to mark the longest day of the year.
The Park and Gardens will open from 6pm – 10.30pm. Standard admission fees apply for the evening opening.
Book your Summer Solstice evening Park and Garden tickets here.
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Blow away the cobwebs this half term on our family friendly half term trail in the Walled Gardens. Come and find the magical mythical creatures who have taken up residence in the gardens – who will you find? Dressing up is encouraged! Free with general admission. The trail is aimed at younger children and is […]READ MORE
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