Highgrove HouseTetbury Category Museums & Galleries, Nature & Wildlife, Historic Sites
Since 1980 when The Prince of Wales first arrived at Highgrove, His Royal Highness has devoted much energy to transforming the gardens around the house. With the help and advice of notable individuals and the dedicated assistance of the garden staff, what was once a somewhat bleak landscape is now one of the most creatively inspired gardens of today. A series of interlinked areas, each with their own character and purpose, weave magically around the garden, with the house always visible in the distance.
Over 30 years in the making, the organic gardens at Highgrove are some of the most creatively inspiring and innovative in the United Kingdom. TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall open the gardens to visitors on selected dates between April and October each year.
Join one of The Prince’s expert guides on a two-hour tour through the extraordinary series of gardens including The Stumpery, the stunning Wildflower Meadow and the impressive Kitchen Garden. Each a highly personal and inspiring reflection of the interests and enthusiasms of His Royal Highness.
After your tour there will be time to take refreshments in the peaceful ambience of the Orchard Restaurant and visit the Estate shop.