Gardens in East Anglia
Enjoy the spectacular colours and delicate fragrances of some of Britain's finest gardens - from pretty cottage plots to colourful seaside displays and grand country estates. East Anglia has an array of luscious gardens for you to discover - large and small, quaint and magnificent. Take a day to get lost amongst the greenery of the region.
From gardens steeped in history, like Holkham Hall in Norfolk, to Peckover House in Cambridgeshire - an elegant Georgian town house with wonderful walled garden open to explore.
For all garden lovers, naturalists and photographers - or those who simply want a restful break, Gooderstone Water Gardens is just the ticket.
Enjoy the views, colours and plants at Bressingham Steam and Gardens in Norfolk. Visit the extensive gardens at Kentwell Hall and Gardens in Suffolk - a combination of ancient features, elements of the substantial alterations of Lady Guthrie, tenant during the 1930s, and the recent landscaping and planting.
At Elgood Brewery Gardens in Cambridgeshire, enjoy a four acre garden incorporating specimen trees as old as the 200 year old surrounding buildings, herbaceous borders, a lake, rockery, water features, exotic house and herb garden.
East Anglia is also home to some magnificent English Heritage properties with gardens to match. From one of England's finest country houses at Audley End in Essex, to the magnificent 12th century fortress that is Framlingham Castle.