Wynyard Hall Gardens set to reopen in full bloom

The gardens at Wynyard Hall are reopening in full bloom this week.

Tuesday, 2nd June 2020, 11:30 am
Updated Tuesday, 2nd June 2020, 5:13 pm
Wynyard Hall gardens are reopening

As lockdown restrictions are eased, the award-winning Gardens at Wynyard Hall will reopen to the public from June 3.

Guests will be able to walk around the gardens, as well as purchasing products from the Farm Shop, including takeaway tea, coffee and snacks.

Director, Sarah Antonopoulos, said: “Here at Wynyard Hall, we are very excited to reopen The Gardens and Farm Shop. The Gardens look stunning with the roses just about to bloom so we are delighted to be able to share this with the public again.

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The gardens reopen from June 3. Photos by www.clivenichols.com

“Since our closure, we have been busy implementing changes and following government advice to ensure proper social distancing can be observed for the safety of both our staff and guests.

“We advise all those planning to visit, to view the safety information on our website and purchase their tickets online to minimise contact.”

The Gardens at Wynyard Hall opened in 2015 and feature a walled garden enclosing more than 3,000 roses planted with a wide range of perennials. Designed by Alistair Baldwin, the walled garden is full of colour and scent, with meandering paths and water features making

it the perfect place for some fresh air.

Photo by www.clivenichols.com

For £6 guests will be able to enjoy to the Walled Garden, Edible Garden, Wild Garden and Woodland Walk, plus the Farm Shop and Café for a full year with unlimited visits-exclusions apply.

Find out more and buy your annual pass here: www.wynyardhall.co.uk/the-gardens/

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