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Gibberd Garden, Essex

Located in Harlow, Essex, East of England, England

The Gibberd Garden was designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd and occupies seven acres. It was planned as a series of rooms, each individual in character. The Garden developed from 1956 to 1984 and is located on the side of a...

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Located in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, East of England, England

Described as the " jewel in the crown " in Clacton, these gardens have been awarded with a Green Flag, which recognise them as some of the best green space within the country. The award winning area consists of formal ga...

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Valentines Mansion and Gardens, Essex

Located in Ilford, Essex, East of England, England

Valentines Mansion is a beautifully restored country house in the grounds of Valentines Park, located in the heart of Ilford. Built in 1692 for Lady Tillotson, the widow of the Archbishop of Canterbury. You can visit the...

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Small lake within the gardens

Located in Skegness, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, England

Originally known as The Pleasure Gardens when the park was opened in 1878. The gardens are home to a bandstand still is use today, youngsters playarea, adventure run and small lake. Plenty of open grass areas. There are...

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Dyrham Park The West Garden

Located in Dyrham, Gloucestershire, South West England, England

The original entrance to Dyrham Park House. Changed in the nineteenth century by the Victorian Blathwayts. Two ponds, orchard, nut walk. In the south of the Cotswolds and close to both Bristol City and Bath...

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Howick Hall Gardens and Arboretum

Located in Howick, Northumberland, North East England, England

Home to the Prime Minister Charles, 2nd Earl Grey, after whom the famous Earl Grey Tea is named. Howick Hall was built in 1782 on the site of a tower house which had stood for hundreds of years before. Howick Hall Garden...

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Belfast Botanic Gardens

Located in City of Belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Opened in 1828. 28 acres of gardens. Attractions incluse the Palm House, said to be one of the earliest examples of a curvilinear cast iron glasshouse in the world. Located close to Queen's University. Ulster Museum at i...

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Gunby Hall

Located in Spilsby, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, England

Built by Sir William Massingberd circa 1700. Construction is of red brick. Situated at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB. Over 9 acres of woodland and gardens...

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National Botanical Garden of Wales

Located in Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, South & Mid Wales, Wales

'The Garden Of Wales'. Conserving some of the rarest plants in the world. Opened to the public in 2000 and now the most visited garden in Wales. Around 600 acres. Paxton's Tower overlooks the gardens. The Great Glasshous...

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Brodsworth Hall and Gardens

Located in Brodsworth, South Yorkshire, Yorkshire and The Humber, England

Victorian country house a short distance from Doncaster in South Yorkshire. Built in the mid-nineteenth century and largely unchanged since then. Model village of Woodlands nearby. Woodlands was originally built for the...

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Edzell Castle and Gardens

Located in Edzell, Angus, The Lowlands, Scotland

Dating from around 1100 and now a ruin. Edzell Castle was the seat of the Lindsay family. As Jacobites, the Lindsay family were on the losing side after the 1715 Jacobite Rising and the castle was gradually destroyed. Th...

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Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Located in Sewerby, East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire and The Humber, England

A major tourist attraction in the East Riding of Yorkshire. Built in the early eighteenth century, Sewerby Hall is set in fifty acres of gardens. Sewerby Hall attracts over 150,000 people a year to see its Museum of East...

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Parade Gardens

Located in Bath, Somerset, South West England, England

Located on a bank of the River Avon (Gloucestershire to Bristol) across the road from Bath Abbey. Excellent views of Robert Adam's eighteenth century Pulteney Bridge. Parade Gardens is a popular destination in the centre...

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Connaught Gardens

Located in Sidmouth, Devon, South West England, England

Gorgeous gardens in the centre of Sidmouth. Jacob's Ladder takes visitors from the gardens down onto Sidmouth (Jacob's Ladder) Beach. By James Penman...

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The Priest's House Museum and Garden

Located in Wimborne Minster, Dorset, South West England, England

Local museum in Dorset . 'The Museum tells the story of East Dorset from prehistoric to modern times. With hands-on activities in the Archaeology, Childhood and East Dorset Villages galleries, there is plenty to do and s...

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Babbacombe Downs and Gardens

Located in Babbacombe, Devon, South West England, England

Area above the cliffs at Babbacombe offering quite exceptional views of the Devon and Dorset coastline. Beneath the cliffs are Babbacombe Beach and Harbour and Oddicombe Beach. Passengers take the Babbacombe Cliff Railwa...

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Princess Gardens

Located in Torquay, Devon, South West England, England

Public gardens by Torquay Marina on the The English Riviera. Opened in the late nineteenth century and named after a daughter of Queen Victoria. See also Princess Pier...

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