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Amisfield Walled Garden

  • 4.7

  • from 77 Google reviews

A large stone building with grass and trees
A large stone building with grass and trees

Amisfield Walled Garden - geograph.org.uk - 177937 by Lisa Jarvis. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

18th-Century walled garden featuring herbaceous borders, wildflower meadows and vegetable planting.

Opening times

April to September: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Wednesday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. – 4 p.m (July and August only) October to March: Monday and Friday 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

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Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

East Lothian, EH41 4RJ

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East Lothian
EH41 4RJ
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 77 Google reviews

Diane S

2 months ago

5

This place is a wee hidden gem. I visited here as part of a group, we had the knowledge and expertise of a gardener who worked here. His knowledge was invaluable. The gardens were well kept and full of interesting plants. There are a few circular sensory hedged areas, vegetable plots and greenhouses. There are also some plants and produce to buy via an honesty box. You could spend a good few hours meandering around this garden.

Emily S

2 weeks ago

5

What a find! First visit today and will certainly not be the last. The love and care that’s been put into this garden by the volunteers who work here certainly shows. A stunning display of plants, flowers, fruit trees and vegetable beds, it’s a huge space with plenty to explore. Our children particularly loved the sensory sound garden, maze, and apple orchard. The day we visited they were hosting an art exhibition in the grounds, plus apple juice making from the many apples found in the garden. Highly recommended.

Steve Dymoke

5 months ago

3

The walls and palladian fronted corners of the garden are worthy of seeing, even though the domes and other aspects of the original structures are missing. The investment into the gardens themselves is an ongoing process solely by volunteers and donations with assistance from charitable causes. A noble effort that will improve as time goes by. I would like to see it in a few years to see what has been achieved. I wish the team good luck!

Grahame Latto

a year ago

4

Certainly has potential. Volunteers are doing a great job and very welcoming and friendly. In a few years there will be a interesting maze area. Would like to visit in a few months time when there's a bit more colour. Lots of planting going on. Certainly worth a visit.

Jenny Tann

2 months ago

3

Peaceful garden . Lovely flowers . Car park just outside. Some fresh produce for sale. Free but can donate. No official public toilet.

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07704 049572

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