The original home of the Liberty family situated in the charming village of The Lee. Welcoming visitors at the entrance to the gardens is the grade II listed ships figurehead from ‘Admiral Lord Howe’, the last wooden warship. The gardens contain a selection of trees, shrubs and flowers, all set in beautiful countryside. Of particular mention are the established rose beds, ornamental and wildlife ponds, walled garden, fruit and vegetable garden, pool garden, a ‘working’ green house and a newly planted orchard and wildflower meadow.
Tickets £10 in advance only and includes a glass of pimms or beer, non-alcoholic drink. Please note we have two allotted entry times to ensure safe social distancing.
Notes:- No dogs allowed, limited wheelchair access to the the garden and plenty of parking in adjacent field.
To open our gardens safely, we’re limiting visitor numbers and have allotted two entry times. To avoid disappointment, we advise that you book your visit in advance. Please arrive within 30 mins of your entrance time and not before your entry time. You’re then welcome to stay until closing time. Please follow government guidance and current social contact limits at the time of the event.