Woodland garden with carpets of aconites, snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils. Botanic garden with greenhouse, medieval cloisters and magnificent trees.
Opening for NGS:
Saturday 24 February (10.30am - 5.30pm). Admission £6.00, child £3.00. Light refreshments in courtyard tea room.
Several pubs and tea rooms in village.
Mostly level site, some gravel paths.
How to find us
Lacock Abbey Gardens, High Street, Lacock, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN15 2LG
3m S of Chippenham. Off A350. Follow NT signs. Use public car park (parking fee).
More about Lacock Abbey Gardens
The gardens at Lacock are generally informal in style, with mature native and exotic trees, underplanted with bulbs in spring. A walled garden, known as the Botanic Garden after William Henry Fox Talbot, who grew his botanical specimens there, has colourful mixed borders from spring to autumn, and greenhouses with displays of flowers all year.
Around the abbey there are mixed borders which aim to complement the buildings and provide year-round interest.