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Dating back to the 1740s, Painswick Rococo Garden is an impressive garden and historical attraction situated on the outskirts of Painswick, tucked away in a Cotswold valley and surrounded by stunning countryside.
Open from early January to the end of October each year, Painswick Rococo Garden is a stunning day out for all ages, throughout the seasons.
January and February are the best time to catch the snowdrops. March and early April sees daffodils, spring fruit blossoms and lilacs in bloom. While wildflowers and tulips are in abundance in May and June. Late summer sees heritage roses and sweet peas in all their glory, with September and October perfect for autumn colours.
Visitors to the flamboyant Gloucestershire gardens can discover a restored 18th century pleasure park with follies, statues and water features, alongside creative planting.
And there’s plenty to keep young visitors entertained, with a nature trail, woodland play area and maze, which offers views of the Painswick Valley.
There is also a lovely on-site café, serving light lunches, coffees and snacks, with a menu often featuring produce grown in the kitchen garden.
Plus, Painswick Rococo Garden is a unique wedding venue and also hosts events throughout the year.
From blankets of snowdrops and springtime blossoms to fireworks of autumn colour, discover the delights that await visitors at Painswick Rococo Garden throughout the seasons.
Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, Painswick Rococo Garden boasts a stunning setting, historical architecture and beautiful natural blooms.
Open from January until October, the attraction offers plenty to see across the four seasons, with SoGlos’s dedicated gallery showcasing the gardens in all its glory.
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