The National Garden Scheme is delighted that Her Majesty the Queen has once again given permission to open the private royal garden at Frogmore House, Windsor on Tuesday 5th June. This landscaped garden set in 30 acres with notable trees, lawns, flowering shrubs and 18th Century lake, is rich in history. It is largely the creation of Queen Charlotte, who in the 1790’s introduced over 4,000 trees and shrubs to create a model picturesque landscape. The historic plantings, including tulip trees and redwoods, along with Queen Victoria’s Tea House, remain key features of the garden today.
Entry is from 10am – 5.30pm, with last admission at 4pm.
Light refreshments are available and picnics are welcome.
The Royal Mausoleum is not open to the public.
The House will be open on the day, but tickets for the house are not available in advance. Simply go along during your walk around the garden (cash only). Please visit www.royalcollection.org.uk for further information.
You can purchase a ticket to just visit the gardens, or to visit the gardens with a guided garden history tour.
Children under 5 do not require a ticket.
Parking is available on site during opening hours on the Long Walk, with a short walk to the entrance. Please follow AA Road signs through Windsor on the day.
Wheelchair accessibility but there are gravel paths.
You will receive your special ticket/s by post 7-14 days before the event. These must be brought along on the day. Email confirmations will not be accepted.
Due to this garden requiring official Royal Collection tickets, an additional charge of 60p to cover postage will be added at checkout.
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When and where
5 June, 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
- Frogmore House
Windsor, Berkshire SL4 1LB United Kingdom + Google Map