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Please check with garden owners or their website to confirm current dates open All Year; 7 Days a Week; 8am - 7pm or Dusk (whichever is earlier)
£60.00 to lead coach to Valley Garden from Savill Garden, by arrangement.
April, May and October
Spring flowering trees and shrubs / Autumn colour.
Flat fee of £6 per car payable in coins or £5 note plus £1 in coins at the automatic barrier on entry. Please note that no change is given from the machine.
Virginia Water Car Park: £1 per hour up to a maximum of £5 per day.
Blacknest Car Park: Flat fee of £2.50, payable in coins at the automatic barrier on entry.
The Savill Garden Car Park (for the Savill Building): Park free for 90 minutes; thereafter £1 per hour up to a maximum of £5 per day
Famous Punch Bowl of azaleas and rhododendrons in May. Virginia Water lake, views to Roman ruins, authentic Canadian Totem Pole.
Magnolia, Ilex, Rhododendron - Species, Rhododendron - Glen Dale Azaleas, Dwarf Conifers, Pieris, Mahonia and Pernettya.
Runnymede Hotel, Egham Great Fosters, Egham
At the Savill Garden in Windsor Great Park
Wheatsheaf Hotel, London Road
The gardens cover some 220 acres situated on the north side of Virginia Water Lake. They are probably the finest woodland gardens in the world. They contain an unrivalled collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, magnolias and countless other spring flowering trees and shrubs.
Fifty acres are devoted to the largest planting of rhododendron species in the world. Several acres of daffodils and a ten acre heather garden provides interest in the winter when the woodland garden is less colourful. In July and August many hundreds of hydrangeas provide a spectacular display. In autumn, Japanese maples, red oaks, cherries, tupelos and sweet gums make the gardens well worth visiting at that time of year also.
Development of the area began in 1947.