Plan your visit to Rosemoor

Contact us & address

Our Address

RHS Garden Rosemoor
Great Torrington
EX38 8PH

Contact us

Main switchboard

01805 624067

Garden Centre – 01805 626824

Email – [email protected]

Opening times

Garden opening times

Pre-booking is available for both members and non-members, if you would prefer to book your garden visit in advance. Book your garden visit >

Garden opening times

1 April – 30 September
Monday – Sunday: 10am – 6pm (Last entry to garden 5pm)

1 October – 31 March
Monday – Sunday: 10am – 5pm (Last entry to garden 4pm)
(closed Christmas Day)

Garden Centre opening times

1 April – 30 September
Monday – Saturday: 9.30am – 6pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm (browsing from 10.30am)
(closed Easter Sunday)

1 October – 31 March
Monday – Saturday: 9.30am – 5pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm (browsing from 10.30am)
(closed Christmas Day)


Admission prices

RHS Members and guests (1 adult guest or up to 2 children) Free Free
Adults £17.45* incl Gift Aid £15.85 excl Gift Aid
Children 5–16 years £8.75* incl Gift Aid £7.95 excl Gift Aid
Family ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £41.95* incl Gift Aid £38.10 excl Gift Aid
Additional child (Family ticket) £7.95* incl Gift Aid £7.20 excl Gift Aid
Car-free travel offer adult (bus, cycle, on foot)** £12.25* incl Gift Aid £11.10 excl Gift Aid
Car-free travel offer child (bus, cycle, on foot)** £6.15* incl Gift Aid £5.55 excl Gift Aid
Universal Credit, Pension Credit and ESA*** £1 £1

* The RHS relies upon the generosity of its visitors to fund its charitable work. The prices marked * above include an additional 10% donation towards our charitable work, and enable us to claim Gift Aid on your admission. For more information on Gift Aid, please contact a member of our Visitor Services team.

**Proof of car-free travel will need to be provided before entering the garden.

***Visitors in receipt of Universal or Pension Credit or Employment and Support Allowance, and up to 5 other people in their party, can visit the garden for £1. Please present proof of your Universal or Pension Credit or ESA on arrival.

Please note: Garden admission is subject to the RHS Garden admission terms and conditions >

Dogs not allowed in garden

For the safety of all our visitors, dogs are not allowed in the garden, with the exception of registered support dogs.

Food & drink

Food & drink

Discover our café and tea room at RHS Garden Rosemoor, serving delicious food made from fresh, seasonal produce.

Opening times

The Garden Restaurant: Open daily 10am – 5.30pm (lunch 12noon – 3pm)
Otter Café: Open 10am, hours dependent on the weather
Wisteria Tea Room: Open 11am, hours dependent on the weather
Shepherd’s Rest takeaway: Open 10am on sunny days and during school holidays


Garden Centre

Pop in and browse curated collections of houseplants, unique plants and shrubs, gardening tools and accessories, and our eclectic selection of gifts and homewares.

Opening times
1 April – 30 September 2024
Monday – Saturday: 9.30am – 6pm
Sunday (closed Easter Sunday) 11am – 5pm (browing from 10.30am)

1 October – 31 March 2024 (closed Christmas Day)
Monday – Saturday: 9.30am – 5pm
Sunday 11am – 5pm (browsing from 10.30am)

Getting here

Getting to the garden

There are many ways to reach RHS Garden Rosemoor, and car-free visitors receive a 30% discount on garden entry when travelling to the garden by public transport (bus and train), bike or on foot.
Plan your journey using our helpful information on how to get to RHS Garden Rosemoor.

Group visits

Group visits

Located in the beautiful Torridge Valley between Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks, RHS Garden Rosemoor is a hidden gem and a treat for garden lovers and groups throughout the year.

Pre-book a group visit:


Accessibility at the garden

We want to give as many people as possible the opportunity to enjoy Rosemoor. For a complete guide on what to expect before you arrive, when you arrive and during your visit, please see our detailed guide.

See accessibility information for our other RHS Gardens.


Visitor information on safety at the garden:
  • Please take care around water in the garden
  • Be aware that garden vehicles may be moving around
  • Sometimes the tracks and paths can be muddy, steep and uneven – please wear suitable footwear and take care
  • Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times
  • The garden is a natural environment. If you are concerned about any plants or animals, please ask a member of staff or call 111
Help us to ensure you enjoy your visit with this simple SAFE guide:
  • Spend your time safely with us
  • Advise us of any emergencies or concerns
  • Follow any instructions
  • Enjoy your visit

Useful information

Smoking policy

For the health & welfare of our visitors, we operate a no-smoking policy, inclusive of e-cigarettes, in or near certain areas of the garden, including: dining or food outlets, eating areas or terraces, picnic areas, covered spaces or buildings and the children’s play area. This may extend to other areas of the garden in periods of very dry weather.

Guides and maps

See our garden map with details on wheelchair accessible routes, toilets and other facilities.

Drone usage

We are concerned that the use of drones may introduce risks of injury to our staff or visitors, damage to our property, plants or local wildlife, or breaches of data protection laws. Personal drone usage is therefore prohibited at RHS Gardens. Commercial drone usage is also prohibited, save where occasionally commercial drone operators with suitable training and licences from the Civil Aviation Authority are allowed by the RHS to operate drones in an RHS Garden only where express permission has been provided to the drone operator in writing by the Head of RHS Garden Rosemoor.

Dogs in the garden

For the safety of all our visitors only guide and registered support dogs are allowed on site. Please do not leave dogs in our car parks, there is no shaded parking available - see more information about animal welfare.

Dog day care is available from K9 Focus, located approximately 12 minutes from RHS Garden Rosemoor. Visit the K9 Focus website for further information (please note: you are leaving the RHS website and will be governed by the privacy policy and terms and conditions of K9 Focus). 

Garden toys

We are sorry but garden toys, such as scooters and balls, are not permitted in the garden.

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.