Birtsmorton Court (Garden Open for National Garden Scheme)

National Garden Scheme logo in the form of a garden gate
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Event Description

Ten-acre garden surrounding beautiful medieval moated manor house (not open). White garden, built and planted in 1997, surrounded by old topiary. Potager, vegetable garden and working greenhouses, all beautifully maintained. Rare double working moat and waterways including Westminster Pool created during the reign of Henry VII to mark the consecration of the knave of Westminster Abbey. Ancient yew tree under which Cardinal Wolsey reputedly slept in the legend of the Shadow of the Ragged Stone.

For this garden opening, there is no advance booking available. Just turn up and pay on the day (cash or card).


Adult: £8
Child: Free

Date in 2024

Sunday 9 June, 2pm – 5.30pm

Homemade teas will be available on this date.

This garden also opens by arrangement for visits from 14 April to 15 September for groups of between 20 and 40. For further details, including how to enquire, visit the National Garden Scheme website.

Sunday 9 June 2024


Birtsmorton Court