Larmer Tree Gardens, nr Tollard Royal

Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 5PY

Created by General Pitt Rivers in 1880 as a pleasure grounds for 'public enlightenment and entertainment', the Larmer Tree Gardens are set high on the Cranbourne Chase providing exceptional views of the surrounding countryside. One of the most unusual gardens in England containing an extraordinary collection of colonial and oriental buildings, a Roman Temple and an Open Air Theatre.
Opening Arrangements
Easter Sunday - 30 October 2014: Sunday - Thursday 11am - 4.30pm. Closed 7 July to 2 August and 18 August to 13 September due to music festivals. Please check website to confirm opening arrangements as property may also be closed for private functions.
Heritage Open Days
No
Grant Recipient
Trustees of MALF Pitt-Rivers No. 1 Discretionary Settlement
Access Contact
The Estate Secretary
Telephone
01725 516225
Fax
01725 516321
Email Addresslarmertree@rushmoreuk.com
Websitewww.larmertree.co.uk
Admission Charge
  • Adult: 4
  • Child: 2.5
  • Other: 3
Directions
9 miles north east of Blandford, signed off A354. Rail: Tisbury (8 miles).
Parking Spaces
500
Wheelchair Access
Partial
Details of Access for the Disabled
Wheelchair access to the sunken dell is difficult.
Toilets for the Disabled
Yes
Guide Dogs Allowed
Yes

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PROPERTY INFO

  • PropertyLarmer Tree Gardens, nr Tollard Royal
  • AddressWiltshire SP5 5PY
  • LocationWiltshire