AUTUMN 2021 OPENINGS
Sundays and Wednesdays, 11am – 5pm
Lukesland is a 24-acre family-run garden in Dartmoor National Park, on the edge of Ivybridge, in the South Hams. Set in the picturesque valley of the Addicombe Brook, Lukesland is well-loved for its wonderful range of spring and autumn flowering shrubs and specimen trees, some dating from Victorian times.
We have new features in the garden for you to explore in 2021:
The Retreat in the Pinetum – built from Lukesland timber as a 90th birthday present at the request of Rosemary Howell, giving fine views of the wonderful redwoods planted in the 80’s by Rosemary and her husband Brian.
The Old Aviary scented garden – nestled in behind the camellias by the Tudor wall. A sunny spot to sit for a moment among herbs and other scented plants.
The Sound and Story Garden for children.
Adults £6, Visitors arriving on foot, bicycle or horseback: £5.50
Children under 16 and wheelchair-users go free. Parking is also free with disabled parking available.
Annual tickets are available for £20, allowing unlimited entry on normal opening days in 2021.