Ickworth Park Gardens, near Bury St Edmunds
This interesting and unusual house at Ickworth is surrounded by a great Park with lovely gardens.
The Historic Ickworth House Park and Garden in Suffolk, is hidden among the trees boasts a collection of hexagonal stones from the Giants Causeway and Victorian stumpery. There is a fine herbaceous border with boldly coloured plants.
The park contains some of the best examples of ancient specimen trees including oak, beech and hornbeam.
Orangery with lemon trees. Interesting sculptures in Italian Garden.
Plenty here for all the family including family cycle route, woodland walks and play area.
The historic building famous for its Rotunda can also be visited. It has a fine collection of paintings and furniture. This just one of the Gardens we feature in Suffolk, why not check out the rest!
2018 National Trust Ickworth Park Garden and park open all year. Snowdrop season begins in February. See website for details. House from 4 March - See website for full details.
Partial disabled access, restaurant.
- Street: Ickworth Park and Gardens
- Postcode: IP29 5QE
- City: Horringer, Bury St Edmunds
- County: Suffolk
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01284 735270
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