Badminton House is offering visitors a rare opportunity to explore its beautiful private gardens this summer, with the late summer open day event taking place on Sunday 5 September 2021.
The gardens are usually only open to the general public once a year but, following the success of last year’s openings, there will be three chances to explore the grounds in bloom this season with one event having already taken place in June 2021.
The Cotswold home of the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort offers so much to see, from glorious displays of roses and borders of soft summer colours, to a wide variety of plants and formal beds which have been designed by landscape architect, Russell Page – as well as water squares, beautiful flowers and more.
Just a short stroll from the house is the Walled Garden, featuring a floral archway and kitchen garden that provides fruit, vegetables and cut flowers for the majority of the year.
There will be some measures in place to ensure the safety of everyone at the gardens and a selection of refreshments will be available on the day. Please note, dogs are not allowed in the private gardens, but can go into the park of Badminton House on a short lead.
Those looking to explore the gardens must book tickets and select a timeslot in advance.
For more information, or to book tickets, visit badmintonestate.com.