Twelve public art projects showcasing artists from Centrepieces mental health charity.
The art installations will appear over the next 6 months in and around the gardens at Hall Place.
Please see follow this ‘Twelve’ link for full details and dates of each project.
Enjoy a relaxing stroll in our 65 hectare estate. Whatever the season, there is always a spectacular show in on award-winning gardens.
Look out for the stunning Queen’s Beast topiary sculptures (pictured above), the herbaceous borders and the romantic wildflower meadow.
The Hall Place gardens are one of only a handful of sites in the UK to have won the Civic Trust’s Green Flag award every year since its inception in 1996 and also have coveted Green Heritage Site status.
Our busy wildlife will always keep you entertained. Watch out for squirrels, wagtails, geese, exotic ring-necked parakeets and even our resident kingfisher.
The former walled gardens have display gardens, model gardens and a sub-tropical glasshouse with a host of exotic plants, where you can see bananas ripening in mid-winter as well as fish a terrapins in the pond.
Click here to download a map of the Hall Place gardens, including their hidden history.
What Our Visitors Say:
“My favourite garden, very calm and peaceful – you’ve got everything – lovely” from Debbie
“Hidden oasis – will be a frequent visitor. So lovely and everyone so friendly” from Karen
“When I come I spend all day here and I like the well kept topiary”
“Enjoyable anytime of year. I like the greenhouses”
“A garden that is a park. A house that was a home. Completely exquisite. The photographers dream of diversity. The family persons place to relax, endulge the children. The walkers place for steady pacing along formal and informal gardens. This is a place that is worth a visit.” from Andrew
Click on the images below to see larger photographs of our gardens through the seasons.