About the garden
The Crown Estate
The Savill Garden is a hidden gem in the heart of Windsor Great Park. Commissioned by George V, the garden was created by Sir Eric Savill in 1932 and still continues to provide horticultural inspiration today, thanks to the careful stewardship of all the Keepers of the Gardens and their dedicated teamsn.
This natural haven of beautifully designed gardens and woodland can be enjoyed by everyone, from dedicated gardeners to those who just want to spend a relaxing day out with family or friends. When you visit you will be connecting with decades of royal history including the original weeping willow tree that still stands today, the award-winning Queen Elizabeth Temperate House opened by Her Majesty The Queen in 1995, The Golden Jubilee Garden and The Rose Garden, both also opened by The Queen.
The 35 acres of interconnected royal gardens include the Hidden Gardens, Spring Wood, the Summer Gardens, the New Zealand Garden, Summer Wood, The Glades, Autumn Wood and the Winter Beds.