Norfolk Gardens To Visit
There are so many amazing Norfolk gardens to visit throughout the year, and all raise money for charity. This is your chance to discover some of these fantastic gardens which you wouldn’t otherwise be able to enjoy due to the fact that most of them are private.
And you don't even have to enjoy gardening to visit these gardens! It's just wonderful to be given a chance to wander around some exceptionally beautiful gardens and to enjoy the scent and colour that undoubtedly abounds.
Over the years, gardens and open spaces have become very important in balancing our physical and mental health, as well as being a place to relax, enjoy and watch, as the seasons provide an array of foliage and colour.
Some of these Norfolk gardens are real hidden gems;
- many are in historic houses
- others are privately owned properties and gardens
- some have fantastic walled gardens with glass houses and cold frames
- meander along beautifully landscaped borders
- admire the snowdrops and bluebells in some of the private woodlands
- more often than not, pick up some bargain plants!
This page will become a growing list of Norfolk gardens that you can visit.
If you'd like to advertise your open garden (free of charge), please contact me on the details below.
The List of Norfolk Gardens:
West Raynham and Raynham Hall Open Gardens
Gardens open from 12 to 5 on Saturday 18th June.
Covers West Raynham and Raynham Hall.
We are raising money for a small local charity - Norfolk Deaf Children’s Society.
We are offering tea and cake and a licensed bar with pasties and sausage roles available.
£5 entry (children free).
The National Garden Scheme in Norfolk
The National Garden Scheme, or NGS, has been going since 1927 when it was set up to fund the essential work of the district nurses. To find out more about the National Garden Scheme, click here.
Since then it has raised over £50 million by giving us unique access to Britain's best gardens and at the same time supporting many British nursing charities.
There are approximately 70 gardens in Norfolk that open to the public under this scheme of which you can search here.
There are too many to mention here, so please do check out the NGS website regularly!
If you’d like to advertise your open garden here (free of charge), please get in contact with me on the details below.