Miserden Park & Gardens

Attractions

Ages:

  • All The Family
  • Under 5s
  • School Age
  • Adults

Venue:

Outdoor

Cost:

Paid

Description

Miserden is a family-run, rural estate overlooking the Golden Valley in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Cotswolds. The estate encompasses 850 acres of woodland, farmland and gardens providing a sanctuary for wildlife and a tranquil escape to allow you to spend time with your family and friends.

Miserden has a collaborative relationship with the local community, many of whom are directly involved in everyday life on the estate. The garden, farming and forestry have historically provided the backbone of the estate but more recently the introduction of The Nursery with a beautifully ornate café set inside an old Edwardian greenhouse have made Miserden a go-to destination for plant and coffee lovers alike.

Visit Miserden for beautiful walks, gardens and nursary, or come along to enjoy the tasty cakes at the garden cafe (open Tuesday – Sunday & Bank Holidays, 10am – 5pm).

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GARDEN: From early spring, visitors to this Cotswold country garden can enjoy beautiful flowering beds, shrubs and fine topiary, some of which were designed by Edwin Lutyens.

The garden at Miserden

VISIT THE GARDEN: Admission – £7.50 for adults, children free. Tuesday – Sunday & Bank Holidays, 10am – 5pm. Dogs are not allowed in to the garden, but are welcome in the nursery and the cafe if on a lead. Friends passes – permit entrance to the gardens for a season – £25 each or £40 for joint, available from Miserden Nursery.

Walks

WALKS: Wander through the woods, around farmland, beside the lake or see the stunning views of The Golden Valley with walks around the estate.

Camping

CAMPING: Wake up to fresh air and birdsong at Miserden’s Jackbarrow Campsite. Camping at Miserden provides you with the perfect break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Miserden is continually adapting to the world around us, successfully overcoming the challenges faced by traditional estates. One such initiative is a new biomass scheme which provides a more affordable and environmentally sustainable heating source to local homes and businesses. By visiting Miserden, you're helping to preserve this iconic landscape, ensuring it can be enjoyed by generations to come.

Miserden is open Tuesday - Sunday & Bank Holidays 10am - 5pm. Admission – £7.50 for adults, children free.

Open hours

MondayClosed
Tuesday10am5pm
Wednesday10am5pm
Thursday10am5pm
Friday10am5pm
Saturday10am5pm
Sunday10am5pm