We have been informed the the Gardens of the Rose is now closed. Please check with the venue before travelling [June 17]
The Royal National Rose Society's 'Gardens of the Rose' have been completely rebuilt as a living dictionary of roses. Highlights include a rose collection, a garden setting showing different styles of planting, model gardens to provide inspiration for growing roses in small spaces, the replanted Queen Mother garden, new cultivar trials and a grass maze. The Gardens are wheelchair-friendly. Well-behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead. A small tea room serves tea, coffee, sandwiches and a selection of cakes.
Admission: See website for latest information. Free entry for RNRS members.