Dartington – Visit the gardens

Dartington Gardens 2021

Event Date:

17th April


Overview

Online booking now open.  The gardens are open daily 9am – 5pm,   (10am – 4pm during the winter months)

Experience a sense of tranquillity at our impressive Grade II* listed gardens, which have been shaped and inspired by the remarkable custodians of this special place for over 1,000 years. On your visit to the 26 acres of tended grounds, you’ll find a range of stunning features with beautiful vistas and creative sculptures, including ancient trees and impressive plant species.

Our gardens team have been working hard to bring some of the hidden secrets of the gardens to life. On arrival, you’ll pick up a beautifully design gardens guide (included in the ticket price), and there’s also an activity trail for children to engage in with hidden paths to explore. Stay awhile and enjoy delicious food from The White Hart Restaurant or The Green Table café.

See our website for more about what to expect on your trip. Finally, we want to say THANK YOU. By visiting, you are providing crucial support for the upkeep of our gardens, and helping our small but dedicated team improve and preserve this remarkable place for generations to come.


Location


12:00:00 12:00:00 Europe/London Dartington – Visit the gardens Dartington Hall
Dartington
Totnes
TQ9 6EL
Dartington – Visit the gardens

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