Kenilworth Elizabethan Garden

    The Elizabethan garden at Kenilworth is a recreation of the garden built by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, for Elizabeth I’s visit in 1575. A remarkable eyewitness account survives of its appearance, written by Robert Langham, an official who sneaked into the garden one day while the queen was hunting. His description was used to reconstruct the garden.

    Explore the interactive tour of the garden below to find out more about it. 

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      Aerial illustration of Kenilworth's Elizabethan garden

      Use the image windows to find out more about the Elizabethan garden at Kenilworth Castle

      • Aerial illustration of Kenilworth's Elizabethan garden

        Use the image windows to find out more about the Elizabethan garden at Kenilworth Castle

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