Join us in celebrating 40 years of opening Turn End’s garden for the National Garden Sccheme. Explore Turn End’s intriguing series of garden rooms at our annual charity open day when the garden will be bursting into life with colour from bulbs and early perennials. Each area of Turn End’s listed garden has a different planting style, including the dry garden, a small woodland with spring bulbs, formal box garden with bedding, a sunken garden surrounding the Victorian coach house, mixed borders around a curving lawn, all framed by ancient mud walls and mature trees. Discover pools, pergolas clad with climbers and secluded seating.
Visit the studio of Artist-in-Residence Heather Hunter, who specialises in artists’ books.
All ticket proceeds to NGS who support caring and nursing charities.
Plants and books for sale. Teas and homemade cakes for Christian Aid.
The garden only is open at our NGS open day. The house is closed.
Adults: £4.50 (Children: free) Tickets on door (cash only please)
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, signposted on the day):
Haddenham Village Hall
Banks Park (off Banks Road)
Please download a village map here to find your way to us!
We look forward to welcoming you to Turn End Garden.