Interactive Gardens Map
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Ornamental Woodland Walk
Our specimen Laburnum Grove is a haze of gold throughout May and June, and illuminates the entrance to Folly Garden. Further up the path towards the Herbaceous Borders the Laburnums lead to specimen Cornus, (Dogwoods), whose cream and white bracts last from May well into July.
White Screen Gates
These elegant wrought-iron screen gates were designed by the famous smith Bakewell in 1722 and were originally the entrance to the Old Hall before being moved to their current position.
Children's Adventure Den
Situated in the long grass area behind the disabled car park this “natural” play area is an exciting space for little ones to explore and ignite the imagination, surrounded by the sights and sounds of the Cholmondeley wildlife. Including the newly established "bug Hotel" children will love to explore this area.
Disabled Parking & Toilets
Leading from the Rose Garden to the Temple Garden this 100m long double herbaceous border has been created as a fitting tribute to Lady Cholmondeley’s life and work in the gardens.