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The Bressingham Gardens

  • 4.5

  • from 2322 Google reviews

A tree in the middle of a lush green field
A tree in the middle of a lush green field

Bressingham Gardens (22234670131) by Airwolfhound. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

From novice to expert, enjoy the views, the planting combinations and the plants shown in the six distinct gardens totalling over 17 acres (6 hectares) here at Bressingham in Norfolk.

Opening times

Main Season Opening Hours 10.30am to 5pm daily from Easter to October, in conjunction with the Bressingham Steam Museum.

Useful details

Dog walking

No - Guide dogs only.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Family

Yes - Children of all ages.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Norfolk, IP22 2AA

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Norfolk
IP22 2AA
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Google reviews

  • 4.5

  • from 2322 Google reviews

Claire Williamson

5 months ago

5

Decent place to come with children of all ages, we spent 4-5 hours here which was plenty. Enjoyed the Dads army museum area- we sat and watched an entire episode! We all thoroughly enjoyed the two trains on offer yesterday (red and green). The gardens and park were really good too.

mentalferret1

5 months ago

5

Most beautiful gardens. We have been here many times. 17 acres of gardens. Even bump into Adrian Bloom from time to time, who is wonderfully helpful and always happy to answer a question. Museum is small but packed with fascinating items. Children love the ability to run around and climb on huge trains . Even dancing under the sprinklers in the hot weather. Even provide electric wheelchair for disabled people. Go it's worth it. Don't be put off by price online, day entry without steam rides is only £9.50. worth every penny. Why are you still reading this GO.

Sarah H

5 months ago

5

Lovely place to visit for a family outing for all steam/train fans, good for all ages and interests as also has the gardens which are beautifully kept and lovely to walk around. All the staff were very friendly and all very clean and tidy. On site cafe too, play park/picnic area, and the Carousel to add to the fun for little ones - would recommend.

Neil Cooper

8 months ago

5

Brilliant day out. We weren't sure what to expect but we had a great day. Loads of things to see and do. Amazing trips on the various railways, staff very friendly and informative. Museum full of great stuff and the carousel was amazing.

Aiden Basson

2 months ago

4

Fun day out for me and my partner, plenty to see and do. Plenty of things to do, if you have kids. Was a little run down, but these sorta places usually are. Nice little Caffè, with really nice scone and coffee. 3 rude on trains, which was fun. Would definitely come back.

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01379 686900

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