See flowers in bloom at The Savill Garden

Windsor, Berkshire

Enliven your senses with a walk around one of Britain's finest ornamental gardens.

The Savill Garden is one of true beauty and historical significance. It was created with the support of King George V and Queen Mary by Sir Eric Savill in the 1930s, and has since been home to HM The Queen's Rose Garden.

Explore 35 acres of interconnecting gardens and woodland at your leisure. Each of the gardens features distinctive groups of seasonal plants with vibrant colours and perfumes. Some the nation’s tallest trees and a selection of rare and unique flowers can also be spotted.

If you're after more than natural beauty, the garden offers seasonal events that the whole family can get stuck in to, including an Easter Family trial, an open air theatre, Tea on the Lawns and one-off extravaganzas.

Located within beautiful Windsor, you can stop by The Savill Garden all the year round.

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