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The Savill Garden is a tranquil place to discover rare plants from around the world, arranged in stunning seasonal displays. Since its creation in the 1930s, The Savill Garden has been an inspiration for all. This natural haven of beautifully...more
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I used to have an annual pass to the Gardens as I live nearby, but it just isn't worth it. I can walk in other areas of the Park for free (except parking) if that's what I want. Going to Savill Gardens for me is...More
Savill Gardens houses some stunning plants from around the world and has been established since the 1930's. Organised into many different styles of gardens, this is a one of the best gardens to visit in the region.
We are members of Savill Gardens.
Today we visited.
My recently disabled husband was on his battery operated scooter.
We were profoundly disappointed to find that whilst there is disabled parking and toilets for the disabled there is no provision at all for the disabled...More
I had never heard of Savill Garden before but went with a friend who lives nearby and we had a perfect visit - there are beautiful trees and a lake and the largest hydrangea multiflora there that I had ever seen - they were huge!...More
I’m a member of Savill gardens so I’ve been there numerous times but never written a review. Firstly, no dogs - which is great as kids can walk anywhere and not end up putting there feet in dog muck like the adjacent Valley Gardens. The...More
First time at this gardens very accessible and easy to get around with pathways taking you around the grounds. Lots to see and take in there is a large shop and restaurant or a café just for tea or coffee. Again it can be very...More
Five of us had lunch for £60 which was okay - the food was well cooked and presented. Somewhat shocked at the £3 for two slices of bread (one of which was dry, obviously off the end of the loaf) and butter. Would have enjoyed...More