Larmer Tree Gardens

Set in the outstanding landscape of the Cranborne Chase, these beautifully laid out gardens were created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880. Recognised by English Heritage as a Garden of National Importance, they were opened for public enjoyment. Ask at the Coffee Grove Café for the Fairy Door Trail for children.

Contact

Telephone
01725 516971
Email
enquiries@larmertree.co.uk
Website
http://www.larmertree.co.uk

Venue

Venue address
Larmer Tree Gardens
Tollard Royal
Salisbury
Dorset
Postcode
SP5 5PY
Locality
North Dorset

Other information

Availability
Weekend
All year
Weekday
Daytime
Cost variations
Adults £4, seniors, groups (15+) and concessions £3 each, family (2 adults and 4 children) £12.50, children £2.50 and children under 5 and free.
Additional Information
Please Note, we are always closed on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for weddings and events but please check the calendar for other occasional closures. The gardens close during the winter months. Visit website for further information. Dogs are welcome on leads in the Café Garden, however due to the large amount of ornamental birds they are not permitted in the main garden. There are large trees for shady parking in the car park together with a tap and water bowl. Guide dogs are most welcome in all areas.

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Most of the garden, with the exception of the Dell, is accessible to disabled visitors using the gravel paths.
Parking availability information
There is ample free parking for both cars and coaches.
Toilet facility information
The disabled toilet is located in the Coffee Grove Café garden and there is a wheel chair available to use.

Journey Planner

Address: Larmer Tree Gardens  Tollard Royal  Salisbury  Dorset