The garden is now closed until April 1st 2022
The garden and cafe will open on April 1st – Wed-Sun 11am-4.30pm.
Garden entry for ALL adults £9,  Children under 5 FREE,  Children over 5 £5, Season ticket for one £35.
(We are not linked to any discount schemes). We really appreciate people bringing the right money. We are not always able to take credit card payments at the garden and café due to bad reception so please bring cash or cheque to be on the safe side.

Entry to our café is free as it is located just outside of the garden boundary. Why not pop in and enjoy a coffee whilst looking out over our award-winning cider orchard?

There is no need to book to visit the garden. However, we are not taking any more large coach groups in 2021.

Entry to our plant sales area is also free.

Our Roman coins are on display in the garden museum – entry to garden must be paid in order to view them.

COVID UPDATE In order to keep our visitors and guests safe we recommend that face coverings still be worn in covered areas (unless exempt). We would also ask that social distancing be respected. Thank you for your support with this.


Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times as there are open water features and we respectfully remind you that ONLY assistance dogs are permitted to enter the garden and café area.

As with many open gardens please be particularly careful as you will encounter changing levels, uneven footing and open water.
A fit, able-bodied companion is advisable for wheelchair users or the visually impaired or blind (there are no hand rails in the garden). 50% of the garden is accessible and on the level and our disabled toilet is suitable for a standard sized wheelchair. Although most of the garden is flat and dry underfoot we suggest sensible footwear. For your safety on very wet days or after heavy rain we may advice that the garden is unsuitable for wheelchair users. Please feel free to call us if you would like more information.



Groups are welcome by prior appointment. We have space for only one coach a day. Entry is £8.50 per person.

Our café is small so we can’t offer meals off the menu for groups over 25 in number. For groups up to 45 in number we offer a set menu option payable in advance. Picnics are not permitted on site.


Stockton Bury is 2 miles from the market town of Leominster and 7 miles from historic Ludlow. If coming from Leominster on the A49 take the right hand turn signed for the A4112. Follow this road for 1/4 of a mile into the village of Kimbolton and the garden entrance is on your right. If you reach the Stockton Cross Inn you have gone too far.

Postcode for Satnav HR6 0HB.


No picnicking is allowed. Dogs are not permitted.

Children are welcome but must be supervised at all times,
especially near water features and plant displays.

Thank you.