The truly beautiful Emmett’s Garden is a fantastic day out, boasting beautiful landscape views and tranquil gardens. A must visit for anyone wanting to explore a glorious part of the ‘garden of England’.
As with many gardens you must book a time slot to be able to book the gardens (there is a small possibility on non-holiday weekdays that availability will be available to the same day, but you would be taking a chance). Currently March 2021 National Trust are releasing visit slots every Friday for the following week. Please ensure that you are following national guidelines in relation to travel and visit places of interest.
The garden is open daily between 10am and 5pm, with the last entry slot between 3.30pm and 4pm.
There is a beautiful woodland walk that takes you to the ‘Ram House’ & Pond’ you can opt to take a longer walk or a shorter walk the walks clearly marked and easy to follow.
There is a play park and lots of room to play games and have picnics on the open grassland.
The Emmett’s Garden Tea Room is currently open serving takeaway hot and cold drinks, bakes and light snacks. The outdoor seating has been removed for the safety of visitors, staff and volunteers but there are benches across the site and picnic tables available in the meadow. Picnics are welcome with plenty of benches across the gardens to use.
Why not visit Emmett’s Gardens for their Easter Egg Hunt this spring running from Monday 29 March 2021 – Sunday 18 April 2021 (whilst stocks last); 9am-5.30pm (last entry at 5pm). The trail is £3.00 per person (including National Trust members). Normal site admission applies.