Welcome to The Gardens

At the heart of Wynyard Hall’s 150-acre estate lies The Gardens – home to 3,000 dazzling roses, bursting with colour, an Edible Garden filled with delicious home-grown produce and The Victorian-inspired Glasshouse offering a superb selection of stunning homeware and gifts. The Farm Shop is brimming with locally sourced and artisan produce, from handmade cheese and craft beers to children’s toys and gardening gifts. Your taste buds are sure to be tantalised by the selection of tasty treats from our café – scrumptious homemade cake, hearty soup that’s a real winter warmer and a hot dish of the day. There really is no better way to spend an afternoon!

In keeping with its beautiful 19th century design, the Walled Garden is now home to 3,000 dazzling David Austen roses, in some 140 different species.

The Edible Garden is filled with fresh produce, which is used in the Cafe and Wellington Restaurant. It is also a space to for children to learn about growing and planting.

A visit to the Victorian-inspired Glasshouse is highly recommended! You will find a stunning selection of homeware and gifts – the lovely little things that really make a house a home.

Open 7 days a week, the Cafe serves a delicious seasonally changing menu and a selection drinks. The Farm Shop is filled with artisan produce from our favourite local suppliers.

Inspired by a passion for creativity and horticulture, the event calendar is jam-packed with fabulous events and workshops – floristry & gardening, children’s arts and crafts and more!

All the important information you need to plan your visit including directions, a map of The Gardens, seasonal opening times and admission prices.

The team is dedicated to giving you fabulous experience during your visit. Whether that might be helping you find the perfect gift for someone special or helping you learn more about the roses.

Use this link to download our brochures, event calendars and visitor guides to help you prepare for your visit.

Dating back to 1819, The Gardens have proved to be a showcase of delicate artistry throughout history. Learn more about Lady Theresa and the original Walled Garden.

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