Sir Harold Hillier Gardens

June 19th 2024

These gardens were established in 1953 by Sir Harold Hillier. There is a collection of over 42,000 plants from temperate regions around the world in a mixture of formal and informal landscapes set in 180 acres. It has 14 National Plant Collections, over 600 Champion Trees, the Gurkha Memorial garden and one of the world’s longest herbaceous borders.

A guided tour of the garden is available (at additional cost), please let me know if you are interested when booking your place.

Free entry for paid members of the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Birmingham Botanic Garden and Batsford Arboretum, 2 for 1 entry for paid members of Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and Wakehurst Place.

To leave Station Road car park Devizes at 9.00 and to leave Sir Harold Hillier Gardens at 4.00.

Cost £21 for the coach and £11.50 for entry (but this is subject to change)

Updated on 10-01-2024