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Open Please see website for opening dates and times.


Partner Garden
Free access for RHS members at selected times

Quy Road
CB25 9EJ

Off B1102, signed from A14.

114 acres

01223 810080

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Please see website for admission prices.

RHS members

Free access (Member 1 only) - applies when open.


  • access
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Café
  • Children's activities
  • Children's playground
  • facilities
  • Free carer entry
  • Gift shop
  • Group rates
  • Guide dogs only
  • Parking
  • Picnics allowed
  • Plants for sale
  • Restaurant
  • Toilets


  • Arboretum
  • Autumn colour
  • Champion trees
  • Colour themed borders
  • Herbaceous border
  • National Plant Collections
  • Pond or lake
  • Sculpture
  • Wildflower meadow
  • Wildlife planting and features
  • Winter garden
  • Woodland

About the garden

Owned by
National Trust

Begun in 1926, the grounds at Anglesey Abbey are some of the grandest created in England during the 20th century, with majestic avenues and 35 acres of fine turf. Visit Anglesey Abbey when the horse-chestnuts are out and orchids glow among cowslips in the wildflower meadows. Large formal gardens, carved out of the flat site by yew hedges, house the 1st Lord Fairhaven's collection of classical and renaissance sculpture.

Each season offers a different highlight, from snowdrops in January and February, spring bulbs including magnificent displays of hyacinths in the Formal Garden and tulips in the Himalayan Silver Birch Grove. In summer there's the sweeping Herbaceous Border and English Rose Garden, while dahlias provide a burst of late-summer colour. The Winter Garden, planted with trees and shrubs chosen for their vivid stems, textures and scents, will brighten up the coldest of winter days.

Plants of special interest

  • Asters
  • Autumn bulbs
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Clematis
  • Conifers
  • Cornus (for winter stems or spring bracts)
  • Cut flowers
  • Cyclamen
  • Daffodils
  • Dahlias
  • Delphiniums
  • Ferns
  • Fruit blossom
  • Fruit bushes/trees
  • Grasses
  • Hellebores
  • Irises
  • Lavender
  • Lilies
  • Magnolias
  • Maple
  • Orchids
  • Roses
  • Shade-loving plants
  • Snowdrops
  • Spring bulbs
  • Topiary
  • Waterlilies
  • Wildflowers
  • Wisteria

Get involved

The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.