Don't Miss... Summer in The Walled Gardens

The 75 metre Herbaceous Border peaks, showing off a myriad of hot colours. The Wildflower Meadow is also buzzing with pollinators and cornfield annuals.

There are tranquil spots within these ancient walls. Visitors can rest and enjoy the relative tranquility of the Bishop’s Garden, with a fine example of the Glastonbury thorn which flowers twice a year, including at Christmas, and the Australasian Garden, which contains ‘living fossils’ in the form of two Wollemi pines. This really is a ‘plants person’s’ garden, with many rare and unusual specimens to admire and capture the imagination.