Welcome to Cholmondeley Castle Gardens
The Cholmondeley family have lived on these lands since Norman times, with the castle built in the early 19th century by the 1st Marquess. Nestled within historic parkland our 70acres of beautiful gardens offer magnificent displays through the seasons, and are filled with colour and botanical delights. Discover the romantic Temple and Folly Water Gardens, Rose Garden, Glade, Arboretum and the ornamental woodland upon Tower Hill. The newly created Lavinia Walk is a 100m long double herbaceous border and is dedicated to Lady Lavinia Cholmondeley and continues her legacy within the heart of the garden. The Castle and gardens also provide a stunning backdrop to a host of great events held throughout the year, offering something for everyone.
The Plant Hunters Fair offers the opportunity to purchase rare and unusual plants as well as classic favorites.
RHS Members are allowed free access to the gardens during the month of May 2020