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The Alnwick Garden

  • 4.6

  • from 8317 Google reviews

A wooden house surrounded by trees
A wooden house surrounded by trees

The Treehouse - geograph.org.uk - 32426 by Christine Westerback. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

Where else could you marvel at the sight of a meerkat riding a camel in front of a 120 water jet Grand Cascade before taking lunch at one of the largest wooden treehouses in the world, nestled 18 meters above the ground? Only at The Alnwick Garden.

Opening times

Winter: 1st February - 28th March Daily 10.00am - 4.00pm Summer: 29th March – 31st October Daily 10.00am – 6.00pm

Useful details

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Northumberland, NE66 1YU

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Northumberland
NE66 1YU
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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 8317 Google reviews

Curtis Barley

8 months ago

4

Very nice walk at the peak of spring. Most of the apple blossom had fallen but had a calming walk around leading to the top garden. Very good wheel chair access and tidy. Gardeners answered any question's. Poison garden was extremely interesting and the scale of the fountain took me by surprise as this was my first visit.

maria miller

4 months ago

5

The gardens are fantastic. Obviously not as colourful as earlier in the year but still beautiful. We did the guided tour of the Poison Garden which was excellent - informative and funny and also had a cream tea in the cafe which was delicious. Well worth the fee.

h baxter

5 months ago

5

Fantastic garden where accessibility is well catered for. Ample disabled parking, and all paths are wheelchair/scooter friendly. The walk through the cherry trees is very clever, especially with all the swings- can only imagine how pretty that is when in full blossom. The only bit that’s not fully accessible by wheelchair is the steps up and round the fountain, can get so far as there are ramps to get you to the middle section where you can see the water jumping over the oath. Bamboo maze was fun and very clever. Lots of benches so you can sit and admire the surroundings. Food was lovely. Really enjoyable day out.

E Russell

8 months ago

5

There must have been a promotional article about this place when it opened as I've wanted to go here for years and years. Did not disappoint. The lovely tour guide let me have a super quick tour of it despite me being a little after the last official time. I really appreciated it. Fascinating plants and stories, and super important to educate kids about plants too. The Alnwick gardens as a whole were also really unusually fun in their layout and imagination, and beautiful. Worth the cost. Nice shop and plants for sale too, and the mini golf looks awesome.

Mark N

11 months ago

5

One of the best places you can visit in the country let alone the world. First day was cancelled due to high winds, we are talking enough to knock you over. Duty manager said we can come back the next and it was a real pleasure to finally explore the Alnwick gardens in piece and at my own pace. They was a lot more I hadn’t really thought of and each section was just as wonderful as the last section. I highly recommend it for anyone to come and visit at least once

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01665 511350

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