May 8 at 9:00 am - 7:30 pm£28 – £30
Book by date: 9 April
(Booking opens for non-members of Arts Association 17 December)
Exbury’s beautiful woodland garden covers 200 acres and is a jewel in the heart of the New Forest National Park. Created by Lionel de Rothschild in 1919, it is a spectacular garden offering natural beauty and horticultural variety on the edge of the Beaulieu River. This amazing garden offers a delight of rhododendrons, azaleas, bluebells and wisteria especially in the months of Spring.
The popular Exbury narrow gauge Steam Railway takes visitors on a magical journey around the north-east corner of the gardens, through valleys and under a bridge, through a tunnel and around a dragonfly pond for an extra £5.00
There is a popular restaurant situated near the entrance to the gardens, not only offering coffee and tea but also lunch for visitors. There is also a Tea Garden in the grounds, open subject to the weather.
Depart BoA 09.00
Arrive Exbury 11.30
Depart Exbury 17.00
Arrive BoA 19.30
Cost £28.00 (inc entrance to gardens)
(Cost for non-members £30.00)