The Original Garden Visitor's Guide

Waterperry Gardens

Seven miles from the heart of historic Oxford lies Waterperry Gardens, 8 acres of beautiful ornamental gardens with a fascinating history. Established as a School of Horticulture for Ladies by Beatrix Havergal in 1932, it is now home to a plant centre and garden shop, art & craft gallery, gift barn, museum and teashop. You can also visit Waterperry's Saxon Church on the estate and Waterperry House conducts tours of their stunning contemporary frescoes each Friday.

Lose yourself in the wonderful gardens featuring a 200 foot long herbaceous border, formal knot and rose garden, colour and contemporary borders, a waterlily canal, riverside walk and herbaceous nursery stock beds from which all cuttings are taken for the plants sold in the plant centre. The Georgian Walled Garden at Waterperry is currently undergoing an exciting redevelopment to include a cutting garden and orchard along with a water feature and viewing tower.

Waterperry offers a full programme of year round events, including horticulturally themed weekends and a wide range of arts, crafts and gardening courses.

Fact File

Opening Times: 10am - 5.30pm April to October
10am - 5pm November to March
Closed between Christmas Day and New Year's Day
Admission Rates: Please see website - www.waterperrygardens.co.uk
Facilities: Garden Shop, Plant Centre, Gallery, Gift Barn, Museum, Teashop, Children's Play Area
Disabled Access: Yes - apart from the riverside walk in very wet weather
Toilets on site: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Coach Parking: Yes
Booking Contact: Not required unless for group bookings coachbookings@waterperrygardens.co.uk
Booking Tel: 01844 339254
Email: office@waterperrygardens.co.uk
Website: www.waterperrygardens.co.uk
Location: Waterperry, Nr Wheatley, Oxford, OX33 1LA

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