Saturday 22 February 2020

Colesbourne Park

A435 halfway between Cheltenham and Cirencester, GL53 9NP | (01242) 870264

Includes a spring garden, a formal garden, an arboretum and a lake, as well as winter flowers. Phone for details of open days.

Colesbourne Gardens photo gallery

Famous throughout the nation for its blossoming banks of snowdrops which bloom every spring,’s photo gallery shows Colesbourne Gardens in the Cotswolds teeming with natural beauty.

Colesbourne Gardens in the Cotswolds is recognised as one of the best places in the UK to see glistening snowdrops blooming every spring, and the popular Gloucestershire gardens’ seasonal flowers are just one reason visitors head to Colesbourne during its open season.

With a glorious deep blue lake, mature woodland, a beautiful church and carefully-crafted gardens – not to mention the snowdrops themselves – Colesbourne is a photographers dream, with plenty of amateurs and professionals alike turning up in the hope of getting that postcard-perfect shot.

Contact Colesbourne Gardens to find out about their next open days or find more Gloucestershire gardens to visit in the county.

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Saturday 01 March 2008

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