Calke Abbey and Garden, near Derby
Altough the Gardens at Calke Hall are not extensive this National Trust property is a great day out
The gardens at Calke Abbey were laid out by Sir Harry Harpur and his son between 1770 & 1820. The last and perhaps largest has not yet been started.
The formal garden has good bedding and herbaceous borders and the Kitchen Garden provides a wide range of fruit and vegetables.
In the walled garden there is the only surviving Auricula theatre which was built to display these beautiful plants.
Combined with a visit to the House this is a great day out.
NT Calke Abbey Garden 2018. Park open all year.
Gardens from 3 February, House from 3 March. See Calke Abbey website for times etc.
Also open Good Friday.
Partial disabled access, restaurant, shop.
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- Street: Calke Abbey
- Postcode: DE73 1LE
- City: Ticknall, Derby
- County: Derbyshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01332 863822
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