Parks & Gardens in Surrey
Visit Surrey's illustrious parks and gardens to discover the work of some of England's most esteemed landscape gardeners who, over the ages, have been responsible for the country's most elegant and dramatic landscapes.
'Capability' Brown, "England's greatest gardener" transformed country estates and mansions across Britain. See his influence in the grounds of Hampton Court, the 260 acres of Gatton Park and Kew Gardens.
Marvel at the stunning Rhododendron wood introduced by Caroline Wedgewood, Charles Darwin's sister, to the Leith Hill Estate and visit the glorious arboretums of Winkworth and Windlesham. Springtime is a glorious time to visit Surrey, take a look at our guide to some of the best places to see spring flowers.
Home to the Royal Horticultural Society, RHS Wisley in Surrey offers a diverse 240 acres of garden to explore, complete with glasshouse, lake, children's wooded play area and beautiful manicured flower beds.
With Royal Bushy Park, famed for its free roaming deer, Crown Estate Virginia Water, renowned for its lakes and totem pole and Painshill Park for its awesome views and surreal follies, you're sure to find Surrey's parks and gardens a pleasure to discover.
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