Open gardens at Badminton House

Explore Badminton House’s stunning gardens, when the estate offers an extremely rare open day to the public this September 2020.

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Limited tickets are available now for Badminton Houses September 2020 open gardens event.
Limited tickets are available now for Badminton House’s September 2020 open gardens event.

Soak up the last of summer at Badminton House, as visitors are welcomed back to see its beautiful blooming gardens for one last time on Sunday 6 September 2020.

Located in the heart of the South Gloucestershire countryside, Badminton House is home to the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort.

Historically, it has only opened its private grounds to the public once a year, but following the success of its July 2020 open day, visitors now have the rare chance to catch a second glimpse of the gardens in their September splendour.

Guests can enjoy wandering through the south garden, a tranquil space featuring water squares and luscious hedges; admiring the flourishing formal beds on the east side of the house; or taking a short stroll through the park to the walled garden, which presents an archway adorned in flowers that runs the full length of the garden.

With displays of roses and borders of late summer colours throughout, a trip to Badminton House’s gardens promises to be a unique and magical experience.

Please note, advance booking is required.

To find out more, and to book tickets, visit badmintonestate.com/opengardens.

Event

Badminton House open gardens

Venue

Badminton House, South Gloucestershire, GL9 1DD

Dates

Sunday 6 September 2020

Times

From 10am to 4pm.

Admission

Tickets cost £5 per adult. Children under 12 go free.

Telephone

(01454) 218203

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