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Gardens 2019-07-19T13:55:50+00:00

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Gardens

The Hall Place gardens offer some of the best quality green space in the area. They have won the Civic Trust’s Green Flag award every year since its inception in 1996 and also have coveted Green Heritage Site status.

The Gardens– open free of charge all year round – are set within a 65 hectare estate offering some outstanding examples of horticulture and wildlife. Whatever the season, there is always a spectacular show on in the award-winning gardens so watch out for squirrels, wagtails, geese, exotic ring-necked parakeets and even the resident kingfisher.

Hall Place Bird Hide 

With immediate effect the Bird Hide will be closed while our education sessions are taking place in the pond dipping area. These sessions are usually in the mornings between 10 –  12.30 from April – July,  however this may vary. We will publish any planned known closures on our Facebook site, however please note that there are occasions when plans change at the last minute. We will endeavour to keep users as informed as possible.

This decision has been made to give our schools a secure and safe environment to learn.

Many thanks for your assistance with this.

Don’t miss our topiary!

Don’t miss the Queen’s Beasts, our enormous heraldic animal topiary planted in 1953 in celebration of the coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

In the former walled gardens you can find our model gardens and sub-tropical glasshouse with a host of exotic plants, where you can see bananas ripening in mid-winter as well as fish and terrapins in the pond.

Map

Click here to download a map of the Hall Place gardens, including their hidden history.

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