Discover the hidden beauties of Rutland as part of this year’s National Gardens Scheme, running in the county from May 8 to
The Open Gardens Scheme has been raising money for nursing and caring charities since 1927. So by visiting one of the many open gardens in Rutland this year, you will be carrying on a great tradition, for a great cause.
Visiting a Rutland garden reveals the breathtaking variety the county has to offer and provides a great day or afternoon out in the countryside.
Why not plan to walk or cycle to a garden and enjoy refreshments and hospitality in a beautiful garden or village setting? From village openings to larger gardens, plus exciting new gardens, you will find gardens to inform, inspire and delight. Admission ranges from £3.50 to £5, with children free.
Opening dates for May, include Burrough Gardens, open on Sunday, May 8, from 2pm to 5pm; The Old Vicarage in Whissendine open on Sunday, May 15, from 2pm to 5pm and The Old Vicarage in Burley, open on Sunday, May 22, from 1.30pm to 5pm.
Some of the gardens taking part in June, include Uppingham Gardens, open on Saturday, June 4, from 2pm to 5pm; The Old Hall in Market Overton, open on Sunday, June 12, from 2pm to 6pm and Wing Gardens, open on Sunday, June 19, from 11am to 5pm.