Turn End is not open every day but you are welcome to visit at one of our public events or by booking a group visit.
VISITING TURN END GARDEN FOR OUR NATIONAL GARDEN SCHEME OPEN AFTERNOON
Monday 6 May 2019 2.00-5.00pm
Tickets on the gate - Adults £4.50, children free (cash payments only)
2019 marks 40 years of Turn End opening for the National Garden Scheme, raising funds for nursing and caring charities. We will be delighted if you are able to join us to explore the garden and enjoy home-made teas and cakes, in support of Christian Aid.
PARKING - We are located in the historic centre of Haddenham, on a narrow residential road. There is free, but very limited on-street parking on Townside and surrounding roads.
If you are able, please park elsewhere in the village and enjoy walking through Haddenham to visit us. Please park on wider roads and keep clear of driveways - thank you!
Haddenham village hall has kindly offered use of their car park to our visitors between 1.30-5.30pm on Monday 6 May (30 parking spaces - 5 minutes’ walk):
Haddenham Village Hall
Banks Park (off Churchway or Banks Road)
Please download a village map here to find your way to us!
We look forward to welcoming you to Turn End Garden.
How to find us
Travelling by car & parking
Turn End is located 3 miles north east of Thame and 5 miles south west of Aylesbury. Turn off the A418 to Haddenham. In the village centre, turn at the Rising Sun pub into Townside. Turn End is located opposite Dovecote.
Turn End was created as a family home, as such there is no visitor parking at the house or garden. We are located in the historic centre of Haddenham village and there is free, but limited, on street parking on surrounding roads. Please park with consideration for our neighbours, parking on wider areas of road and avoiding driveways.
If possible, please park at a distance and enjoy walking through the village to visit us.
Travelling by coach
If travelling by coach, we recommend that you approach via the wider roads of Thame Road - Marriotts Lane - Dovecote and disembark on Dovecote, if possible. As we are located on a narrow residential road, parking for large vehicles is limited in the vicinity, so coaches may wish to drop off guests and park elsewhere during your visit.
Travelling by Train
We are a 10-15 minute walk from Haddenham & Thame rail station.
Travelling by Bus
Route 280 Aylesbury-Oxford bus passes through the village centre. We are a few minutes' walk from the bus stop opposite the Rising Sun pub (from Oxford) or opposite the House of Spice restaurant (from Aylesbury).
Visiting the House and Garden
Dogs are welcome in the garden (not in the house) on a lead.
If you are coming to an event in the house, we ask that visitors please either remove footwear or wear the plastic shoe covers we provide.
A small selection of plants and books are available for purchase at many of our events and during group visits. We can accept payment by cash or cheque for these purchases.
There is one toilet on site, accessed via two steps.
The garden includes gravel and stone pathways, lawns, narrow archways and several steps, including steps to the photography studio.
The house is compact and includes 3 small steps to an upper level.
There is one visitor toilet on site, accessed via two steps.
We hope to make your visit as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. If you have any questions about accessing the site please contact us to see how we can help.