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On Sunday 18 April 2021, limited tickets will be available to explore the Cotswolds home of the Duke and Duchess of Beaufort, when it opens its doors for Tulip Day.
This is the first time Badminton House’s Tulip Day has been open to visitors after launching in 2020 and is not the only date you’ll be able to visit the magnificent grounds.
Despite usually only opening once a year to the general public, the beautiful gardens will host two other open days in addition to Tulip Day this year, after the success of the low-key openings that took place in 2020.
With everything from glorious floral displays including roses and tulips to stunning structures such as water squares and archways, there is lots to explore at the magical grounds including the formal beds on the east side of the house which have been designed by garden designer and landscape architect Russel Page.
There are a limited number of tickets available and tickets must be booked in advance. They cost just £5 for adults, with children under the age of 12 going free, and once you have booked a ticket, you will then select a time slot and an arrival time.
For more information, and to book tickets, visit badmintonestate.com.
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