Gardens are now open daily, tearoom open at weekends – see ‘News’ above for details, also see ‘Children&Families’ for some children’s activities.

The hidden hedged gardens of Warwick

Rare survivals of Victorian gardens once used by townsfolk living above their business to escape from the crowded town. Discover how owners came here after work or on Sundays to tend their plots or to relax…

Good news – Gardens are now open daily.

Welcome back – Click  News for details.

Apple Day October 11th. See Events

Gold Medal for Hill Close

See News for details.

What’s Happening for Children and Families at Hill Close Gardens?

Our Story Time sessions have now finished but from 14th August you will be able to see all of Isabella’s stories from each week here on our website.

Look out for our story telling sessions and Scavenger Hunt on Thursday 24th September. Kate will be reading Mrs Noah’s Garden, there will be a craft activity and a Scavenger Hunt – more details to follow soon but you will need to book and places are limited to 10 families per session.  All activities planned will be subject to Government Guidance.

Join our weekly Tai Chi sessions for Children and Families – watch our first session again here

More Children and Families news here.

Please view our 2019 Annual Report and Accounts here

Admission Prices

  • Admission Charges

    Adults £4.50
    Children 5-16yrs £1, includes garden trail
    Children under 5 yrs free
    Members free
    All children must be accompanied by an adult.
    Dogs (except assistance dogs) are not allowed.
    Free admission for HCG Members; also RHS members with occasional exceptions for special events.

  • Opening Times

  • Summer Opening Times

    Summer opening hours
    April to October
    Open Every Day
    11 am – 5 pm
    Last Gardens entry, 4.30 pm
    Tearoom – Open: Sat, Sun and Bank Holiday Mon’s

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