Walkern Hall is essentially a winter woodland garden. Set in 8 acres, the carpet of snowdrops and aconites is a constant source of wonder in Jan/Feb. This medieval hunting park is known more for its established trees such as the tulip trees and a magnificent London plane tree which dominates the garden. Following on in March and April is a stunning display of daffodils and other spring bulbs.
Saturday 10 February, Sunday 11 February (12 - 4pm), Saturday 24 March, Sunday 25 March (12 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Light refreshments.
Warming homemade soup.
Mrs Kate de Boinville
There is wheelchair access but quite a lot of gravel. No disabled WC.
How to find us
Walkern Hall, Walkern, Stevenage, Hertfordshire, SG2 7JA
4m E of Stevenage. Turn L at War Memorial as you leave Walkern, heading for Benington (immed after small bridge). Garden 1m up hill on R.