Hoveton Hall Gardens

Hoveton Hall
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Hoveton Hall
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We hope you enjoy the variety of plants and trees, vistas and walks whenever you visit. First planted in the early 19th century, Hoveton Hall Gardens have been given much time and thought as they have evolved over the years.

Throughout the seasons: Enjoy a visit to the gardens in springtime when the grounds are carpeted with hundreds of different varieties of snowdrops and daffodils, some of which are very rare.

May and June see the azaleas and rhododendrons take centre stage - an amazing collection with spectacular colours, which have been described as one of the best displays in the county. July and August see the formal herbaceous and kitchen gardens coming to the fore with perfectly manicured lawns and over 600 different plant varieties, some of which are rare and unusual. Our restored 19th century iron glasshouse is a must see for all visitors to the gardens.

No visit to our gardens would be complete without a trip to the Garden Kitchen Café which is open from 9.30am to 4pm.

Fact File

Opening Times: Open from 7th April to 30th September Sun-Fri (closed Saturdays)
Admission Rates: Adults £9, Over 60’s £8, Child £4,50, season tickets also available
Group Rates: £7.50 per person based on a minimum of 25 people booking and paying in advance
Facilities: Shop, plant sales and café
Disabled Access: Partial disabled access, reduction in entrance fee for wheelchair users and carers
Coach Parking: Yes
Events: Regular events take place throughout the year, see website for details
Length of Visit: 2-3 hours
Booking Contact: Mrs R Buxton, Hoveton Hall, Hoveton Hall Estate, Norwich, Norfolk NR12 8RJ
Tel: 01603 784297
Email: office@hovetonhallestate.co.uk
Website: www.hovetonhallestate.co.uk
Location: 9 miles north east of Norwich on A1151

Updated: February 2024