For more information on each event simply click on the highlighted link.
17th - 25th February, open daily, 11am - 4pm
|Botanical Art Exhibition||17th Feb - 11th March||No|
|Open Season||Wednesday 7th March||No|
|Workshops||Throughout the season||Yes|
|Mothering Sunday||Sunday 11th March||No|
Good Friday (NGS), Sunday 1st April & Monday 2nd April (closed on the Saturday)
Monday 28th May, 12pm - 3pm
|Father's Day||Sunday 17th June||No|
|Sweet Pea Week||1st - 8th July, open daily, 11am - 4pm||No|
|Dog Days||Sundays throughout August||No|
|Picnic Day||Sunday 5th August||No|
|Teddy Bear's Picnics||Thursday 9th & Wednesday 15th August||Yes|
|Autumn Country Market||Sunday 2nd September||No|
|Half Term Activities||October Half Term||No|
|Artisan Food Fair||Sunday 18th November||No|
|Close for season||Sunday 28th October||No|
Open daily, 17th - 25th February 2018
Wrap up warm for a winter walk full of snowdrops and winter flowers. We vary the pace with small displays in the alpine bed to great drifts on the snowdrop bank. Pink Cyclamen, yellow aconites and exquisite irises and crocuses mingle with single and double snowdrops and unusual hellebores in the woodland walk.
Enjoy delicious teas and homemade light lunches in the tearoom and follow the amazing story of these ancient gardens in the history room. Snowdrops, hellebores and other winter plants for sale in our shop.
Saturday 17th February - Sunday 11th March 2018
(Open daily during Snowdrop Week and then on our usual open days from Sunday 4th March)
Easton Walled Gardens is excited to announce their first Botanical Art Exhibition, titled;
‘A Year in the Garden’. Come and see three accomplished and talented artists interpret the seasons through botanical illustration and painting. The exhibitors are part of a distinguished group of botanical artists stretching back to the 16th century. These skills are still used today to record flora throughout the world. They use extraordinary observation skills to reproduce the beauty and detail of the natural world.
The exhibition will take place in the Coach House at Easton Walled Gardens and entry is included with your garden admission fee.
Sunday 11th March
What better place to spend Mother's Day than here at Easton Walled Gardens? The spring bulbs in the cedar meadow will be starting to flower and you might still catch the last of the snowdrops. Explore 12 acres of relaxing, inspiring gardens and then stop off at the tea room for a light lunch or cream tea. You're also welcome to bring a picnic if the weather is fair. The first 100 Mum's who visit will get a free copy of Rutland Living magazine!
Take advantage of our saver tickets here:
30th March - 2nd April 2018, Open Good Friday, Easter Sunday & Monday.
Easter is fairly early this year so as well as emerging spring bulbs, you may catch the last of the snowdrops and aconites. Hellebores seem to flower forever and we recommend a wander through the woodland walk to view the delicate nodding heads of these delightful flowers.
Bring the whole family along, follow the Easter Trail and feel free to bring along a picnic, if the weather is kind!
On Good Friday we will open in aid of the National Garden Scheme and all admission fees will be donated to this wonderful charity.
Monday 28th May.
Easton Walled Gardens welcomes Jules Hudson to the gardens for a special book signing of his new book ’Walled Gardens’, on Monday 28th may.
Easton is proud to feature in this stunning book and sit among some of the greatest walled gardens in the country. Copies of ‘Walled Gardens’ will be available for purchase in the gift shop on the day but visitors may also bring their own copy with them to be signed.
Also joining us for the day is Conservation Officer from the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, Mark Schofield. Mark will be providing lots of interesting information and short, guided walks for visitors who would like to know more about the wildflowers and butterflies at Easton Walled Gardens.
Sunday 17th June
Join us in celebrating Father's Day at Easton Walled Gardens. Visit the vegetable garden for inspiration, admire the early sweet pea blooms or perhaps sit and count the many varieties of birds that visit the bird hide. After you've explored 12 acres of gardens, stop off at the tearoom for a well-earned slice of homemade cake and a cuppa!
The first 100 Dad's who visit will receive a free copy of the Kitchen Garden magazine!
Take advantage of our saver tickets here:
Open daily, 1st - 8th July 2018
Glorious displays of sweet peas, raised lovingly from seed in the greenhouses, compliment the flowers in the meadows, roses and cream teas! The whole garden is filled with the sights and sounds of summer. After you’ve explored the 12 acres of gardens, you can stop for a light lunch in the tearoom then browse round the gift shop which stocks a lovely range of seasonal gifts. A great day out for the whole family.
Sundays, throughout August, 4pm - 6pm
We are real dog lovers here at Easton but owing to the nature of the gardens, we are unable to let them visit on a daily basis. With this in mind, we decided to welcome your four-legged friends on special 'Dog Days'. Every Sunday in August, from 4 - 6pm, you can bring along your well-behaved best friend for a lovely evening walk in the gardens. There is a bowl of water and a dog biscuit for those that join their owners for a cup of tea in the tearoom too!
Please avoid bringing dogs that are in season, thank you.
Sunday 5th August
It's exactly what it says on the tin! A day to bring a picnic along with all your family and friends and celebrate the great outdoors, nature, space, meadows, plants and wildlife. It's the simple things in life that matter and we want to share those things with you. If you don't fancy making up your own picnic, the tearoom will be open selling delicious light lunches, homemade cakes and cream teas. All you'll need is a blanket!
Why not make the day extra special and book the Meadow Retreat for the day:
Thursday 9th & Wednesday 15th August, 12.30 - 3pm
Tom the Tale Teller returns with his engaging, delightful stories which entertain both young and old. Children will be whisked away to a land of imagination full of fun, fantasy and fables while picnicking on the main lawn under the great cedar tree. Teddy bears are compulsory and will be encouraged to join in the fun!
Tickets are available here - book tickets
Sunday 2nd September, 11am - 4pm
Easton Walled Gardens will be celebrating the 13th year of this much loved autumn country market. This leading attraction will showcase the region’s best crafts, cakes, jewellery and gifts alongside various demonstrations and live music.
Open from 11am to 4pm in the beautiful 17th Century cobbled courtyard, over 60 stalls will be showcasing the likes of eclectic vintage items, beautiful plants, local homemade produce and unique gifts.The gardens still look great with lots to see in flower. Normal admission applies.
17th - 28th October (on our usual open days)
The original Pumpkin Rolling event returns to Easton Walled Gardens! This event is so much fun and children (and their grown-ups) can spend as much time as they like rolling their pumpkins down the terraces.
Follow the Halloween Trail around the 12-acre gardens and children are sure to be happily worn out after an active day!
Sunday 18th November, 11am - 3pm
Due to the huge success of last years event, the Artisan Food Fair returns to Easton Walled Gardens. We have hand-picked over 20 of the regions highest quality, artisan producers showcasing their delicious food and drink. Admission includes full access to the gardens giving you an opportunity to see what goes on during the winter months.