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Pylewell Park

A large parkland garden laid out in 1890. Enjoy a walk along the extensive informal grass and moss paths, bordered by fine rhododendrons, magnolias, embothriums and cornus. Wild daffodils in bloom at Easter and bluebells in May. Large lakes are bordered by giant gunnera. Distant views of the Isle of Wight across the Solent. Lovely for families and dogs. Bring your own tea or picnic.

Old glasshouses and other out buildings are not open to visitors. Wear suitable footwear for muddy areas.

Sunday 1 April, Sunday 27 May (2 - 5pm). Admission £4.00, children free.

Lord Teynham

How to find us

Pylewell Park, South Baddesley, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 5SJ

Coast road 2m E of Lymington. From Lymington follow signs for Car Ferry to Isle of Wight, continue for 2m to South Baddesley.