TOLLARD ROYAL, SP5 5PT
Created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880 as a pleasure ground for 'public enlightenment and entertainment' the gardens are an extraordinary example of Victorian extravagance and vision. The garden contains a wonderful collection of ornate buildings, majestic trees and intimate arbours, retained in an enchanted and tranquil atmosphere. Contact or see website for details of special events and occasional closures.
Tel: 01725 516971
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£4 (ch £2.50, under 5s free, concessions £3)
Open 2 Apr-26 Oct, Sun-Thu 11-4.30. Closed 21 Aug-16 Sep for music festivals. Please check website for occasional closures
Average visit 1.5hrs
Dogs not allowed in main garden
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
Hard standing path, dell water garden not accessible
Wheelchair available for loan
Off A354 Blandford to Salisbury road or off A30 Salisbury to Shaftesbury road then follow brown flower signs