The Swiss Garden at Night
Friday 1 November – Saturday 2 November
As part of the Museums at Night festival, the Swiss Garden is pleased to open for the second year running to show off the garden’s lovely collection of trees, shrubberies and architectural features. See magnificent cedars, ancient oaks, ponds, bridges and rustic buildings beautifully highlighted using a variety of lights, and re-visit Lord Ongley’s lamp-lit Regency garden, which so impressed contemporary visitors that it was described as a ‘fairyland’ in the 1830s.
Crafts in the Garden Room, suitable for children aged 12 and under, will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
Coming with friends? Groups of 10 or more can receive a 10% discount, to book please email enquiries or call 01767 627 933 (Mon-Fri, 09.00-17.00).
18:30-21:00 (last admission 20.00)
Due to Health and Safety reasons, we can allow no more than two children per adult at the event. As the garden will be dark and the ponds are not always visible, children must be closely observed.
This is an outdoor event – please wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
Please bring a torch, as some areas may be quite dark!