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Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Cambridgeshire

Species-rich botanic garden at the heart of Cambridge.

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National Trust's Anglesey Abbey and Gardens

Cambridgeshire

Jacobean-style house with gardens and a working watermill. The 46 hectare garden, with its wildlife discovery area and statuary offers inspiration and planting for all seasons. Explore the borders,meadow and avenues bursting with vibrant colour, delicious scent and the simple pleasures of nature.

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Houghton Hall & Gardens

King's Lynn

Exquisite Palladian house built for Sir Robert Walpole in 1720s. William Kent interiors. Award-winning walled garden, deer park, soldier museum, contemporary sculptures, gift shop, café.

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Stow Hall Gardens

King's Lynn

Family gardens and peaceful parkland dotted with ancient trees.

Netherhall Manor

Ely

Netherhall Manor is an unusual garden and has a wide selection of historical plants, organic vegetables and poultry. Pre 1900. Tudor primroses, Victorian hyacinths, old English tulips, cultivars very rare Crown Imperials, calceolaria, heliotrope and pelargoniums

Chippenham Park Gardens

Cambridgeshire

Chippenham Park is a thriving family estate. The house, gardens, and park were created at the very end of the 17th century by Admiral Lord Russell with permission from William III. The gardens have been awarded the highest two-star rating by the Good Gardens Guide and are notable for their vast swathes of snowdrops and aconites in late winter followed by a superb spring show of daffodils, hellebores, spring bulbs and blossoms.

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The Manor - Hemingford Grey

Huntingdon

12th Century house and cottage-style gardens by the River Ouse.

Elgood's Brewery Garden

Wisbech

This 200 year-old brewery situated on the banks of the River Nene has a 4-acre garden incorporating specimen trees as old as the surrounding buildings, herbaceous borders, a lake, rockery, water features, exotic house and herb garden. Beyond the walled gardens are lawns leading to a Maze, planted with Thuja and Laurel. The gateway to the gardens is a visitor centre, incorporating a shop fully stocked with plants and other local produce plus Elgood’s memorabilia, and a bar serving tea, coffee, hot & cold snacks and a range of Elgood’s prize-winning beers.

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Sandringham Gardens

Sandringham

Sandringham House is set in 24 hectares of glorious gardens, perhaps the finest of all the Royal gardens. Every generation of the Royal Family which has lived here has added something of their own times and tastes, from the peace of the woodland walks to the drama of the carrstone rockeries, from the formality of the North Garden with its pleached lime avenues to the intimacy of the Stream Walk.

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National Trust's Peckover House and Garden

Cambridgeshire

Elegant Georgian town house with wonderful walled garden. The gardens themselves are outstanding - 0.8 hectares (2 acres) of sensory delight, complete with orangery, summer-houses, croquet lawn and rose garden with more than 60 species of rose.

Abbots Ripton Hall

Huntingdon

The Abbots Ripton Estate runs up to the northern edge of Huntingdon. Abbots Ripton and Wennington are set within one of the few remaining substantial areas of woodland in Huntingdonshire. Over the last thirty years many new trees including ash, oak, lime, field maple and wild cherries have been planted by both the Abbots Ripton Estate and Parish residents, with the consequence that from the air both Abbots Ripton and Wennington appear to be set within islands of trees interlaced with 14 miles of hedges and 96 ponds.

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National Trust's Wimpole Estate

Cambridgeshire

A working estate still guided by the seasons, with an impressive mansion and Home Farm.

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Burghley House

Stamford

The gardens at Burghley House were designed in the 18th century and are spread over 2,000-acres of land. There is 2 shops, a cafe, and a restaurant for visitors, and there's also parkland that is accessible throughout the entire year.

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The Manor - Hemingford Grey

Huntingdon

12th Century house and cottage-style gardens by the River Ouse.

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Stow Hall Gardens

King's Lynn

Family gardens and peaceful parkland dotted with ancient trees.

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National Trust's Peckover House and Garden

Cambridgeshire

Elegant Georgian town house with wonderful walled garden. The gardens themselves are outstanding - 0.8 hectares (2 acres) of sensory delight, complete with orangery, summer-houses, croquet lawn and rose garden with more than 60 species of rose.

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National Trust's Wimpole Estate

Cambridgeshire

A working estate still guided by the seasons, with an impressive mansion and Home Farm.

Chippenham Park Gardens

Cambridgeshire

Chippenham Park is a thriving family estate. The house, gardens, and park were created at the very end of the 17th century by Admiral Lord Russell with permission from William III. The gardens have been awarded the highest two-star rating by the Good Gardens Guide and are notable for their vast swathes of snowdrops and aconites in late winter followed by a superb spring show of daffodils, hellebores, spring bulbs and blossoms.

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Chippenham Park Gardens

Cambridgeshire

Chippenham Park is a thriving family estate. The house, gardens, and park were created at the very end of the 17th century by Admiral Lord Russell with permission from William III. The gardens have been awarded the highest two-star rating by the Good Gardens Guide and are notable for their vast swathes of snowdrops and aconites in late winter followed by a superb spring show of daffodils, hellebores, spring bulbs and blossoms.

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Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Cambridgeshire

Species-rich botanic garden at the heart of Cambridge.

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National Trust's Anglesey Abbey and Gardens

Cambridgeshire

Jacobean-style house with gardens and a working watermill. The 46 hectare garden, with its wildlife discovery area and statuary offers inspiration and planting for all seasons. Explore the borders,meadow and avenues bursting with vibrant colour, delicious scent and the simple pleasures of nature.

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Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Cambridgeshire

Species-rich botanic garden at the heart of Cambridge.

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Houghton Hall & Gardens

King's Lynn

Exquisite Palladian house built for Sir Robert Walpole in 1720s. William Kent interiors. Award-winning walled garden, deer park, soldier museum, contemporary sculptures, gift shop, café.

Elgood's Brewery Garden

Wisbech

This 200 year-old brewery situated on the banks of the River Nene has a 4-acre garden incorporating specimen trees as old as the surrounding buildings, herbaceous borders, a lake, rockery, water features, exotic house and herb garden. Beyond the walled gardens are lawns leading to a Maze, planted with Thuja and Laurel. The gateway to the gardens is a visitor centre, incorporating a shop fully stocked with plants and other local produce plus Elgood’s memorabilia, and a bar serving tea, coffee, hot & cold snacks and a range of Elgood’s prize-winning beers.

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