The Savill Garden, Wick Lane, Englefield Green, EGHAM, Windsor, TW20 0UU
In the 1930s, master landscape gardener Sir Eric Savill created one of England's greatest woodland gardens on a little used area of Windsor Great Park. Planted to celebrate horticultural excellence, The Savill Garden now extends over 35 acres. It is designed for year-round appeal with colourful displays, rare plants and interesting features such as herbaceous borders, sculpture and the Temperate House. A curving, raised walkway floats above the rose garden for true appreciation of the intense aromas created by 3,500 planted roses. Annual garden highlights include spring's Azaleas and Rhododendrons, summer's roses, autumn's maples and winter's stems, fruits and evergreens. Photo credit: Building exterior - Andrew Soles.
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Mar-Nov £9.50 (ch 6-16 £4.25, seniors £8.50). Family (2ad+2ch) £25. Groups (10+) £8. Free entry for carers accompanying disabled visitors
Open all year, daily 10-6
Nov-Feb 10-4.30. Closed 24-25 Dec
Average visit 4hrs
Dogs not allowed in the restaurant or Savill Garden
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
M25 junct 13, signed off A30 between Egham & Virginia Water