Opening Times & Event Info

Dr Neil’s Garden is open every day including weekends from 10 am till Dusk.

Entry is free of charge (except during advertised events) but donations are welcome – see our Support Us page. For commercial group visits we encourage some payment.

Forthcoming events

-Concert “A Partridge In A Pear Tree”  3rd December

Wreath Making 16th and 17th December

– Illustrated Talk “Roving Mad: Odd Encounters ” by Dr Malcolm Windsor 11th January 2018

The Garden Room Café
– The Garden Room Café is now closed until 1st March 2018

For more information on events and special weekends see the What’s On page.

No dogs allowed


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