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A beautiful garden that has been revived since 2001. The large stately home was demolished in 1951 and the site abandoned. Now visitors can see the grounds that President Franklin Roosevelt described as 'a dream of Nirvana, almost too good to be...more
All reviews sweet pea tea room history room beautiful plants for sale vegetable garden gift shop full bloom white garden spring flowers well worth a visit different times of the year hard work coach house croquet set formal gardens country house
We have been many times to Easton and it is really nice to see how much effort the staff are going to to make the gardens a success. The pop up coffee shop is a lovely addition and the flowers and plants for sale are...More
For my first ever visit to the garden, I treated my auntie to the Snowdrop tour this morning. It was absolutely fabulous! Oliver (head gardener) is incredibly knowledgable, even more impressive that he has only been at the gardens for 2 years. He is absolutely...More
First visit to see the snowdrops and what an amazing show. Walking down into the valley seeing a carpet of white is wonderful. The pathway is easy to walk with most covered in woodchip. The gardens are a work in progress but well laid out...More
We joined the queue for the first opening of the year, and good weather and art exhibition enhanced the garden. There was enough choice if walking routes to make it an informal visit despite its popularity. Well-positioned information boards, the History Room and a good...More
My first visit was with my husband, daughter and her husband and to say that we were all very pleasantly surprised is an understatement. The gardens and grounds are just beautiful and well cared for and it is a pleasure to see them being brought...More
I am the chairman of the Amsterdam Isaac Newton appreciation society and have had the honour of bringing a party of members over to the UK to visit Easton Walled Gardens, birthplace of the late great genius Isaac Newton !
The house where Newton was...More
Lovely place to visit but quite expensive as it’s just a garden with very Little to do. It does a lots of beautiful plants in separate gardens and a stream but it not very disabled or pushchair friendly. We went during the summer and didn’t...More
We went on a lovely day and had an enjoyable time. We had a go at playing Croquet in one area where the course was set up and the wandering around looking at the plants and various sites that had been layed out within the...More
I gave wrong info about dogs being welcome. No dogs allowed I'm afraid but the rest was true. If you're staying in the lodge then you can have your dogs with you but you can't go into the garden with the dogs on the days... More
I gave wrong info about dogs being welcome. No dogs allowed I'm afraid but the rest was true. If you're staying in the lodge then you can have your dogs with you but you can't go into the garden with the dogs on the days when the public are there. SORRY for misinformation.