Renishaw Hall Gardens

These wonderful gardens were created over 100 years ago by Sir George Sitwell.  Passionate about Italy, Sir George brought a little piece of it back to these 8 acres of Renishaw, where he created his Italianate Garden and divided it into rooms through the use of yew hedges.
There is great beauty all year round - Bluebell Fortnight, the magnificent display of Rhododendrons, Magnolias and the Laburnum Tunnel, the opening of 1000 roses in June and the explosion of colour from the herbaceous borders at the end of the summer.

Explore the National Collection Of Yukkas in the restored orangery and take a woodland walk down to the lakes.

Let the children loose in the Adventure Garden, with its trails for all ages and interests, its tree carvings, a living willow tunnel and the story tellers chair carved out of a tree trunk that fell in the Great Storm.

In 1972, Renishaw's vineyard was planted and produces award winning still and sparkling white wine.

Visit the museum, exhibition and Gallery Cafe. 

Opening Times
1 April - 26 September
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays
Gardens, Museum & Gallery Cafe open 1030am - 430 pm (last admission 4pm)
Guided Tours of the Hall - Fridays 2pm. Book in advance. 01246 432310

Dogs on leads permitted within the Gardens

Admission
Gardens, Galleries & Museum
Adults £6, Concessions £5.20, Children under 12 Free, Season Ticket £28

Hall, Gardens & Museum
Adults £12

Parking £1 per car

concessions - RHS members, Senior Citizens, Students, Children under 16

Partial disabled access, telephone for details.