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Larmer Tree Gardens is an 11 acre garden near Shaftesbury in Wiltshire.
Set in Cranborne Chase, this outdoor attraction was originally created in the late 1800s for public enjoyment. The gardens are recognised by English Heritage as a Garden of National Importance and in 1991 the gardens reopened to the public. Amongst the things to see in the garden are laurel-hedging, follies, waterways with waterfalls and ponds, woodland displays of camellias and rhododendron, a laurel tunnel, the singing theatre, the dell and grotto and lawns plus there are a number of ornamental birds around the gardens including peacocks and parrots. There’s also an information room about the garden areas and the history of the garden.
- Free car parking.
- Gift Shop selling local produce and Larmer Tree gifts.
- Coffee Grove Café serving meals, snacks, cream teas and beverages.
- Gardens: 11am to 4:30pm
- Sunday to Thursday April to October
Ticket Prices - House and Garden:
- Adults - £4.00
- Senior Citizens Groups (15+) and Concessions - £3.00
- Family (2+4) - £12.50
- Children - £2.50
- Children (under 5) - Free
Before you start your journey to Larmer Tree Gardens for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.
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