Peckover House Gardens

Peckover House Gardens, Wisbech

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

In the gardens at Peckover House there are spacious lawns shaded by specimen trees including gingko, Chusan palm, Tulip tree and monkey puzzle.
As well as colourful double herbaceous borders designed by Graham Stuart Thomas, over seventy types of roses, an Edwardian-planted "Ribbon" border, and three characterful summerhouses.
The Orangery at Peckover House contains fruit trees as well as colourful displays of pot plants throughout the year.
Beautiful displays of daffodils and tulips in Spring.
Take time to visit the classic Georgian merchants house owned by the Peckover family. Learn about how this Quaker family lived and the provincial bank they operated on the same site.

Opening times 2020 Peckover House Gardens National Trust

Garden open from 1st February-See website for details of days and times. 

NO parking at House. Shop and tearoom open when House open.


  • Street: Peckover House, North Brink
  • Postcode: PE13 1JR
  • City: Wisbech
  • County: Cambridgeshire
  • Country: United Kingdom


  • Telephone: 01945 583463
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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