The best surviving gardens in the manner of the famous designer Le Notre to be seen in England today
The exhibition ‘Collective Recent Works’ by Marie-Claire Kerr opens at the Gallery at Green and Stone
Join us at Melbourne Hall Gardens
With its broad sweeps of lawn, avenues and unexpected vistas, it is one of the best known historic gardens in the country and the best surviving early 18th century English garden in the manner of Le Notre. That said, you don’t have to be a historian or horticulturalist to enjoy the beauty of Melbourne Hall Gardens.
What our visitors have to say...
Lovely acers, mature trees, wonderful vistas and tasteful planting. Well worth a visit. Most enjoyable.
Wild garlic was amazing. Loved all the planting & animals, and the birds on the pond.
Amazing place. We shall return to this hidden gem
One of the most beautiful and well-kept gardens we have ever seen. Fabulous.
An absolute gem. Green and white, so beautiful