Useful Information

Managed by a small charitable Trust, Hill Close Gardens relies on the generous support of many individuals, groups and organisations to continue to operate the site for the benefit of its many thousands of annual visitors.  Whether through visiting, telling others about Hill Close, donating, Membership, volunteering, venue hire, attending our events and much, much more, your support is both vital and very, very much appreciated, thank you.

Click here to view our upcoming events.

We are currently recruiting for a part time Children and Family Worker, click here for more details.

Our opening times and days vary through the year, please click here for details.

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, now lovingly restored and nationally recognised. Watch our short film to discover how owners came here after work or on Sundays to tend their plots or to relax…



The Victorian gardeners; the Volunteers who brought the Gardens back to life, and with our talented Staff now make them so attractive; the Members and Donors who support us; these are our People.


Hill Close Gardens was saved from destruction by the concerted efforts of neighbouring residents, supported by the District and Town Councils. The massive clearance and restoration effort that followed has created a site of national importance.


The majority of the plants sold are propagated from the gardens, and many are rare or heritage varieties not usually found in garden centres.

Visit Us

We are located on the west side of Warwick, beside the Racecourse.

To find us and to find out more information about opening times and directions, please click the button below

Visit us

Hire the Centre

An attractive and well-equipped venue for community and business use, wedding receptions, anniversaries, birthday parties and social events.

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Hire the centre