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Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park

Ripon

Winner of Yorkshire in Bloom Tourist Attractions Award 2018. 40 acres of garden inspired by the Himalayas. Considered home to the North’s largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias. There are nearly 20,000 plants including some 1,400 rhododendron varieties, 250 azalea varieties and 150 different magnolias; and a newly planted 20-acre arboretum.
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    Opened in 2005, The Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park has transformed over the years into a spectacular 40 acre woodland garden, located approximately 6 miles from Masham and Ripon, enhanced by over 70 contemporary sculptures. A rich tapestry of spring colour, the garden is teaming with a fabulous array of plants cloaking the steep hillsides from the valley floor up to the house which sits at 850ft above sea level.

    Widely considered to have the North’s largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias, there are nearly 20,000 plants including some 1,400 rhododendron varieties, 250 azalea varieties and 150 different magnolias; and a newly planted 20-acre arboretum.

    New attractions for 2018/2019 include pop up workshops, the building of a Norse Hut, a sculpture trail and children’s activity booklet. There is also a contemplation circle consisting of 5 chairs carved from 200yr old giant redwood trees specially commissioned from Irish artist Liam O’Neill and new woodland paths set over an additional 12 acres.

    A beautiful log cabin Tea Room serves a range of hot and cold drinks and a variety of warm and cold food options and snacks, located next to Children’s woodland playground area. The well-stocked Plant Nursery has 200 different varieties of rhododendrons on sale as well as many other hardy ericaceous shrubs and perennials. Group tours and talks available

    A beautiful oasis of calm and tranquillity and a day out to remember.

    Dogs: dogs are welcome too, but must be kept on a lead at all times.

    Caution: Steep terrain in places, please wear appropriate footwear.

    Limited wheelchair access.

Features and Attractions

70 Contemporary Sculptures, Himalayan Shelter, Lakeside Pagoda, Thatched Summer House, Buddha Garden, Norse Shelter, Contemplation Circle and three lakes.

Press and Media Coverage

Winner of Yorkshire in Bloom Tourist Attractions Award 2018.

Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park- 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.

Admission by donation

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

Mr & Mrs Peter Roberts
01765 658009
info@himalayangarden.com
http://www.himalayangarden.com

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How to find us

Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park
The Hutts, Hutts Lane
Grewelthorpe
Ripon
Yorkshire
HG4 3DA

5m NW of Ripon.
  • More detailed directions
    From N: A1(M) J51 A684 (Bedale) then B6268 (Masham). From S: A1M J50 (Ripon) then A6108 (Masham) after North Stainley turn L (Mickley & Grewelthorpe). Follow garden signs.
Accessibility information

Limited Wheelchair Access.

More about Himalayan Garden & Sculpture Park

Opened in 2005, The Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park has transformed over the years into a spectacular 40 acre woodland garden, located approximately 6 miles from Masham and Ripon, enhanced by over 70 contemporary sculptures. A rich tapestry of spring colour, the garden is teaming with a fabulous array of plants cloaking the steep hillsides from the valley floor up to the house which sits at 850ft above sea level.

Widely considered to have the North’s largest collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and magnolias, there are nearly 20,000 plants including some 1,400 rhododendron varieties, 250 azalea varieties and 150 different magnolias; and a newly planted 20-acre arboretum.

New attractions for 2018/2019 include pop up workshops, the building of a Norse Hut, a sculpture trail and children’s activity booklet. There is also a contemplation circle consisting of 5 chairs carved from 200yr old giant redwood trees specially commissioned from Irish artist Liam O’Neill and new woodland paths set over an additional 12 acres.

A beautiful log cabin Tea Room serves a range of hot and cold drinks and a variety of warm and cold food options and snacks, located next to Children’s woodland playground area. The well-stocked Plant Nursery has 200 different varieties of rhododendrons on sale as well as many other hardy ericaceous shrubs and perennials. Group tours and talks available

A beautiful oasis of calm and tranquillity and a day out to remember.

Dogs: dogs are welcome too, but must be kept on a lead at all times.

Caution: Steep terrain in places, please wear appropriate footwear.

Limited wheelchair access.

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