When can I visit? How do I become a member? Where is there to eat and drink? Find the answers to common questions about visiting Easton Walled Gardens.
The Gardens open in mid-February and close to visitors in the autumn. For exact dates and times head to Plan Your Visit.
The Courtyard is open from mid-February to just before Christmas. Check the exact dates and times in Plan Your Visit.
The Coffee Room is open from mid-February to just before Christmas. Check the exact dates and times in Plan Your Visit.
You can visit the Applestore for teas, coffees, cakes, light snacks, etc while the Walled Gardens are open – Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays, 11-4, throughout the garden open season. For more information head to Plan Your Visit.
No, bring along your order confirmation if you have not yet received your card.
Yes, you can use our car park free of charge.
Toilets and baby changing facilities are available in the Gardens. A range of refreshments are also here to enjoy in the Applestore Tearoom and the Coffee Room.
No, you can visit the Courtyard Shop and the Coffee Room without buying a ticket for the Gardens.
Yes on our usual open days*, unless you are part of a larger pre-booked group. See the group visits question to find out more.
*Historic House members do not get free entry to any special events. This includes our Autumn Country Market.
We welcome groups to the gardens throughout the open season, but only on our open days. Angela Marshall deals with all group and tour bookings and can tailor your visit to suit you. Groups of more than 15 should book in with Angela, please call 01476 530 063 or email [email protected] Please note that discount cards do not apply to individuals visiting as part of a group.
Coach drivers are offered free entry, tea and cake.
Historic Houses membership is not valid for group visits.
No, and free entry is also not available to National Trust or English Heritage members either. Easton Walled Gardens is family-owned and managed.
Assistance dogs are the only dogs allowed in to the Walled Gardens during opening hours. If you are staying in a Holiday Cottage, you can bring a dog in on a lead when the Gardens are closed to general visitors.
We’re sorry, but we’re not able to provide wheelchairs.
Our ‘beach hut’ in the Gardens. Set in a secluded corner of the cedar meadow, with space for six guests, the Meadow Retreat is a chance to spend the day in your own corner of the Walled Gardens. Find out more and book the Meadow Retreat.
Angela or Rachel at Easton Walled Gardens will be able to help you. Email on [email protected] or call 01476530063
Yes, professional photography is permitted with prior consent from the owners. A fee will apply. Photographs taken in the Gardens may not be sold or used for any commercial or promotional purpose without permission.