This rambling semi-wild 20 acre water garden, has over 2m of paths, and contains lawns, lakes, streams, bridges and woodland. In the traditional and waterside borders are primulas, astilbes, hostas, lysichiton and gunneras. A variety of unusual trees many of which are labelled, and shrubs have been planted over the years. There is an abundance of spring bulbs.
Sunday 18 March (1 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Refreshments in aid of Tapping House Hospice.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement February to October conducted tours for groups of 12 +. Admission by donation. Home-made teas.
Viscount & Viscountess Marsham
Wheelchair access to most areas, paths are gravel and grass.
How to find us
Gayton Hall, Gayton, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE32 1PL
6m E of King's Lynn. Gayton is situated on B1145; R on B1153. R down Back St 1st entrance on L.