Myddelton House Gardens
Explore stunning grounds, discover unusual plants and learn the captivating story of Edward Augustus Bowles; one of Britain's most influential and innovative gardeners of his era.
Spanning over three different centuries, Bowles' garden continues to be restored and maintained in his unique style. Stimulate your senses in the colourful and exotic glasshouses or discover some of the quirkier plants, such as those selected by Bowles in his famous 'Lunatic Asylum'.
Enjoy a selection of freshly grown fruit and vegetables that are available in our heritage Kitchen Garden. Once you’ve explored the gardens relax and unwind and treat yourself to a slice of cake in our Tea rooms.
Opening Times: Open every day except Christmas to New Year 10:00 - 17:00 (or dusk if earlier).
Please check website for details.
Admission Rates: Free admission (car parking charges apply)
Facilities: Bowles Tea Room, museum, and Visitor Centre where you can buy plants and other merchandise.
Disabled Access: Yes.Toilet and car parking on site. Most, but not all, paths accessible. Wheelchair loan is bookable from the Visitor Centre.
Tours/Events: Guided tours are available plus events throughout the year (booking required). Visit our website for more information. https://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/whatson/
Coach Parking: Yes
Length of Visit: Three hours
Address: Myddelton House, Bulls Cross, Enfield, Middlesex EN2 9HG
Tel: 03000 030 610
Location: The gardens are located close to J25 of the M25, off the A10 near Enfield. Turkey Street station is within a 15 minute walk.
Updated: December 2019