Spring Open Day at Badminton Estate

Pre-sale tickets are now on sale for the opportunity to visit and tour the private gardens of Badminton House, the historic Cotswold home of the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort, this April 2022.

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Usually open only once a year to the general public, the beautiful gardens designed by landscape architect Russell Page will be operating three open days in 2022.
Usually open only once a year to the general public, the beautiful gardens designed by landscape architect Russell Page will be operating three open days in 2022.

The historic Badminton House is once again offering visitors a rare glimpse into its beautiful private gardens this spring, with the Spring Open Day event taking place on Sunday 24 April 2022, raising money for the Severn Area Rescue Association.

The garden typically only welcomes the general public inside once a year, but due to the success of the last two years’ openings, there will be three chances to explore the serene grounds in bloom this season, with the first opportunity being the Spring Open Day – with children under 12 entering for free.

The home of the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort provides brilliant horticulture displays of roses and borders of soft summer colours, combined with herbaceous perennials, campanulas, penstemons, geraniums and phlox.

The Walled Garden – a short stroll from the house through the park – is also home to the Badminton House kitchen garden, which provides an abundance of fruit and vegetables, as well as cut flowers.

What’s more, guests will be able to purchase a selection of food and drink from stalls, as well as souvenirs from local plant and flower sellers.

Please note that dogs are not allowed in the private gardens, but can go into the park at Badminton on a short lead.

For more information, or to book tickets, visit badmintonestate.com.

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Event

Spring Open Day at Badminton Estate

Dates

Sunday 24 April 2022

Times

From 10am with last entry at 4pm

Admission

Pre-sale tickets cost £7.50 per person, £10 on the day. Free for children under 12.

Telephone

(01454) 218203

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