Strawberry Hill House
(Photo: The Strawberry Hill Trust)
Strawberry Hill's 18th-century garden is one of the earliest in the English naturalistic style. With its winding paths, groves of trees and scented plants such as lilacs and honeysuckles 'hanging down in festoons', this beautiful landscape, designed by owner Horace Walpole from 1747, contrasted with the popular styles of the time.
The restoration of the landscape garden continues in 2017 with the recreation of Walpole's Serpentine Walk using many flowering trees and shrubs. Visitors can enjoy a peaceful and colourful landscape, explore beautiful surroundings and admire the unforgettable view of the picturesque castle. The popular café overlooks Walpole's Acacia Grove and the community garden with its beds of herbs and vegetables.
Gardener in Charge:
- Saturday 10:00–16:00
+ Sunday 10:00–16:00
- Guided landscape tours - 11am, 12 noon, 2pm and 3pm. Our knowledgeable garden guides will take you on a walking of tour of the garden. You will learn about its key features, restoration and place in the historical context of the Thames landscape. Children's garden trail - look out for special trees, objects and furry friends.
268 Waldegrave Road, House Car Park.
Nearest postcode: TW1 4ST
- R68, 33
- Strawberry Hill
- Disabled toilet on site.
- The woodland walk is inaccessible to wheelchair users.
- Working assistance dogs only