Stourhead Gardens, near Warminster, National Trust
Take a walk around Stourhead, one of the most beautiful landscape gardens in the world with amazing AUTUMN COLOURS!
Take a walk around Stourhead Gardens. This great landscape garden will takes your breath away. Children will love the grotto - just wait and see!
There is a wonderful selection of temples including Classical temples, Temple of Flora, Temple of Appollo plus a rock bridge and cascade, all of which are situated around the tranquil lake. The view from the temple of Appollo has been described as one of the most picturesque scenes in the world. See many hybrid rhododendrons, scented azaleas, pelargoniums.
Lovely Autumn colours from around mid October make this a place to visit all year round.
This is a great landscape garden worth visiting any time of the year. It is one of our favourite gardens and should not be missed.
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When is the best time of year to visit Stourhead Gardens?
Stourhead is great all the year round but our preferred time is Autumn when the colours are sublime.
Can you take dogs to Stourhead
The gardens are now dog friendly
How long should I allow to visit Stourhead
We would suggest at least half a day
Are there hotels near to Stourhead
We list the best places to stay nearby - see below
Who designed the gardens at Stourhead
Sir Henry Hoare 11 - a banker in the mid 18th century
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- Telephone: 01 747 841152
- Street: Stourhead
- Postcode: BA12 6QD
- City: Stourton
- County: Wiltshire
- Country: United Kingdom
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