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Corsham Court
Corsham Court

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About the garden

With its manicured grounds, generous herbaceous borders and vast lake, the formal gardens of Corsham Court offer a pleasing introduction to the work of Capability Brown and his successor Humphry Repton, 18th-century landscape gardeners who shaped many of the parks we know and love today.

The lovingly tended Old Rose Garden and restful waters of the Lily Pond garden are a sight to behold but it’s the mature trees that steal the show. As well as a majestic Sequoia, a 150-year-old Black Walnut and a grove of strikingly beautiful magnolias, there’s a sprawling Oriental Plane which was planted in the 1760s and has since grown to be the largest spreading tree in the UK.

Of course, a visit to Corsham Court wouldn’t be complete without a wander around the Elizabethan era stately home and its collection of paintings, though we don’t blame you if you get distracted by those sweeping parkland views.

Opening times

Summer 20th March - 30th September daily except Mondays and Fridays but incl. Bank Holidays 2.00 to 5.30pm (last entry 30 mins. before close) Winter 1st October to 19th March at weekends only (but closed December) 2.00 to 4.30pm (last entry 30 mins. before close)

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Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site


Yes - Children of all ages.


Yes - There is a gift shop.

Wiltshire, SN13 0BZ

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01249 712 214

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