Gardens to visit in Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire is home to some beautiful gardens to visit, with several having all year interest. Anglesy Abbey is a great place to have a day out and is well known for its snowdrop displays in January, and do not miss Cambridge Botanic Gardens
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Anglesey Abbey gardens

Anglesey Abbey and Gardens

Cambridgeshire, The garden at Anglesey Abbey was developed by the 1st Lord Fairhaven from 1926 and has become one of the British Isles most beautiful 20th century gardens.

Cambridge Botanic Garden

Cambridge Botanic Garden, in Cambridge

Cambridgeshire, Landscape highlights at Cambridge Botanic Garden include the Winter Garden, the richly-fragranced Scented Garden, the buzzing Bee Borders.

Chippenham Park Snowdrops

Chippenham Park Gardens

Cambridgeshire, Originally a great 'Anglo-Dutch' garden of canals, park, and formal gardens open during snowdrop season

Elton Hall Gardens

Elton Hall and Garden, near Peterborough

Cambridgeshire, Elton Hall Gardens have been stunningly restored during the last twenty years.

Peckover House and Gardens

Peckover House Gardens, Wisbech

Cambridgeshire, Peckover is a Georgian House originally owned by a Quaker banking family and has an outstanding Victorian garden of around 2 acres.

The Manor Garden, Hemingford Grey

The Manor Garden, Hemingford Grey

Cambridgeshire, The Manor at Hemingford Grey was recreated and made famous as the house of Green Knowe by Lucy Boston in her series of children's books, now regarded as classics.

Wimpole Hall Garden

Wimpole Hall and Gardens, Royston

Cambridgeshire, Wimpole Hall is set in a classical 18th century landscape.