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We have some fantastic gardens in Suffolk that are open to the public and even an aboretum. We also have many villages who have an open gardens scheme in Suffolk. There are open garden events throughout Suffolk where you can buy plants, sample and buy local goods and simply enjoy a day strolling through the prettiest kept gardens in this county. Many villages take great pride in displaying their best gardens and put in lots of effort to make it a fun day for all. To find the best open gardens nearest to your location in Suffolk use our What To Do in Suffolk guide.

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Museum of East Anglian Life

Open Gardens at Abbot's Hall, Stowmarket

The Museum of East Anglian Life in Stowmarket will be buzzing this weekend as the folks over there gear up for the annual Festival of Beer and Brewing, which takes place Thursday, 9th July to Sunday, 12th July. Run in partnership with the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), there will be a choice of 80…

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Green Island Gardens

Green Island Gardens

  Green Island Gardens – Ardleigh “A Little piece of Heaven on Earth” Beautiful woodland gardens and more… Green Island Gardens are private gardens, open for the public to visit in Ardleigh near Colchester, Essex. Professionally designed by its owner Fiona Edmond, Green Island Gardens are laid out as a series of structured gardens displaying…

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Beth Chatto’s Garden

Beth Chatto’s Garden

         The Beth Chatto Garden was established in 1960 and has been transformed from its beginnings as an overgrown piece of land, covered in  brambles and boggy ditches into Nationally renowned inspirational series of gardens filled with plants adapted for the different conditions of each one. These include a gravel garden, water garden…

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Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm

Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm

Baylham House Farm is acres and acres of Suffolk farmland; owned by the Storer family, who are passionate about breeding traditional varieties of farm animals to protect them against the detrimental effect of commercial pressures on the industry The animals have a natural, stress-free habitat and great living conditions, which is so evident just wandering…

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Hedingham Castle

Hedingham Castle

Hedingham Castle is an Events and Wedding Venue just south of Sudbury. The historic Keep was built around 1133 and boasts the finest Norman interior in England. The Banqueting Hall is licensed for Civil Ceremonies with receptions being held in the Georgian Mansion House and Tulip Lawn Marquee. The Castle and Grounds are open to…

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