Garden experiences in the north of England


The Alnwick Garden and Afternoon Tea for Two, Northumberland

This includes entry to the Alnwick Gardens and Afternoon Tea for two!  There's an inspiring landscape with beautiful gardens, magnificent architecture and features such as a Treehouse, Poison Garden and the marvellous Grand Cascade. 
£65.00 (Use AHW2024BAG and get 10% off)

Situated in Cumbria, Levens Hall is surrounded by 10 acres of beautiful private gardens.  The gardens go back to the 1690s, and have kept many original features - including the world's oldest topiary gardens!  Explore the  Elizabethan house and historic gardens, and enjoy a lunch in the Levens Kitchen. 

RHS Bridgewater is the latest RHS Garden in Salford, Greater Manchester.  RHS members have free entry to the five RHS gardens, plus entry to 220 partner gardens for the member (or the main member in a joint membership), a monthly magazine called The Garden and reduced ticket prices for RHS flower shows, and more!  
£74.00 for individual memberships

Experience a Visit to Tatton Park Gardens, Mansion and Farm for Two. There are 50 acres of landscaped gardens and you can explore those and check out the residents of the rare breed farm.  You don't have to visit the three attractions on the same day so you an explore at your leisure.  Great for nature and history lovers! 

Experience a day out with a Visit to Tatton Park and Gauntlet Birds of Prey for Two. There's admission to three of Tatton Park's attractions, and spend some time in the company of the amazing birds at Gauntlet Birds of Prey with Owls, Eagles, Vultures Hawks and lots more. Walk through the park to see the birds and animals; and the daily admission ticket gives access to the informative Vulture talk, two flying demonstrations and a meet and greet session with feathered and furry friends.

Spend a magical day out at The World of Beatrix Potter for Two.  It brings to life all 23 enchanting stories in a delightful recreation, and the outdoor garden exhibit offers you a timeless view of heritage flowers and plant varieties, grown in the early 1900s in Beatrix Potter's own garden.  There are interative touch screens to guide you through history and, of course, a gift shop with lots of Beatrix Potter magic!