Painswick, GL6 6TH | (01452) 813204
Dating back to the 1740s, Painswick Rococo Garden is an impressive historical attraction tucked away in a Cotswold valley on the outskirts of Painswick.
Visitors of all ages can discover a restored 18th century pleasure park with follies, statues and water features, alongside creative planting. While the grounds also welcome well-behaved dogs.
There’s plenty to keep young visitors entertained too, with a nature trail and woodland play area, as well as family-friendly events hosted throughout the year.
Not to mention a lovely on-site café, which is currently open for takeaway drinks and snacks.
For more information, visit rococogarden.org.uk.
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