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Madingley Hall

Cambridge

C16 Hall (not open) set in 8 acres of attractive grounds landscaped by Capability Brown. Features incl landscaped walled garden with hazel walk, alpine bed, medicinal border and rose pergola. Historic meadow, topiary, mature trees and wide variety of hardy plants.
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    Madingley is a garden which has both unusual and familiar plants, predominately trees, shrubs, herbaceous and some alpines. The 60 metre hazel arched walk dates to 1849 and is a special feature in the garden. The medicinal border is divided into areas according to their use, aromatherapy/perfumery, dye plants, medicinal herbs both traditional and modern and culinary plants.

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Featured in BBC Look East

Madingley Hall- Canceled

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On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

University of Cambridge
01223 746222
reservations@madingleyhall.co.uk
http://www.madingleyhall.co.uk

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Madingley Hall
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB23 8AQ

4m W of Cambridge.

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Madingley is a garden which has both unusual and familiar plants, predominately trees, shrubs, herbaceous and some alpines. The 60 metre hazel arched walk dates to 1849 and is a special feature in the garden. The medicinal border is divided into areas according to their use, aromatherapy/perfumery, dye plants, medicinal herbs both traditional and modern and culinary plants.

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