Hercules Garden

Hercules Garden is a nine acre walled garden has been restored to its original Georgian design. Named after the life-sized statue of Hercules which overlooks the garden, it incorporates landscaped ponds, a folly, a Chinese bridge and an authentic orchard of more than 100 fruit trees. The glory of this garden in summer are the herbaceous borders which run along the 275m south-facing wall. Our Head Gardener’s monthly blog can be found here

 

Gardens Sculpture Trail

Visitors can enjoy following the Sculpture Trail, which incorporates a mixture of contemporary and 18th century sculpture, through the castle gardens and grounds. A map and more information, can be found here