National Garden Scheme

Hatchlands Park, East Clandon, Surrey, GU4 7RT
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Discover your perfect garden 

Are you a rose-lover, are those first snowdrops your favourites, or do the showy azaleas and rhododendrons steal your heart?

We invite you to visit a wide range of exceptionally beautiful gardens, from extensive country landscapes and romantic cottage gardens, to urban hideaways and ancient woodlands.  The National Garden Scheme searches the length and breadth of England and Wales for the very best private gardens. With more than 3,700 to choose from, there’s a perfect garden for everyone. Find yours at www.ngs.org.uk.

And what could be better? A quintessentially British day out in a beautiful garden, often with delicious homemade teas, in the knowledge that your visit is helping to raise impressive amounts of money through admissions, teas and cake, to fund vital nursing and health charities.

Whether you visit a garden for horticultural inspiration, a relaxing day out with friends and family, or for an opportunity to reconnect with nature, your perfect garden awaits.

No booking required, find full details of gardens, open days, locations and directions, along with lots of beautiful photos, on our website at www.ngs.org.uk

Your visit helps to change lives

Originally set up in 1927 to support district nurses, the National Garden Scheme now raises millions of pounds for nursing and health charities each year.  Thanks to the generosity of generations of garden owners and visitors, as well as volunteers, bakers and tea makers, we have donated £58 million so far.  Our beneficiaries include Macmillan Cancer Support, Marie Curie, Hospice UK, The Queen’s Nursing Institute and Horatio’s Garden.

We also support charities doing amazing work in gardens and health, and grant bursaries to help community gardening projects.  

To find your perfect garden, visit www.ngs.org.uk


Discover which other gardens are open and book tickets

Many of our beautiful gardens welcome groups for private, pre-booked visits.  Guided tours and refreshments are often also available.  To discover these gardens please visit www.ngs.org.uk/groups

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

You will find Maps and Directions for each individual garden listed at ngs.org.uk

Public Transport Directions

Please check transport information for the garden you are visiting at ngs.org.uk



  • All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors - Please check relevant garden details at ngs.org.uk
  • Guide Dogs Permitted - | Children welcome - Entry for children free of charge at many gardens


  • On-Site cafe/restaurant/catering - Delicious homemade teas are available at many garden ‘open days’, please check the garden details at ngs.org.uk
  • Picnic area - Please check the garden details at ngs.org.uk before you travel

Key Features

  • In countryside
  • In town/city centre

Payment Methods

  • Cash Accepted

Tours and Demonstrations

  • Guided Tours Available for Groups - Often available for groups, please check relevant garden listing at ngs.org.uk/groups

Opening Times

* Please refer to individual garden information at ngs.org.uk


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