Waterperry Gardens have been delighting visitors for years with 8 acres of historic and inspirational gardens nestled in the Oxfordshire countryside.
The gardens feature a spectacular 200 foot herbaceous border along with rose and formal gardens, a lily canal and riverside walk.
The Plant Centre and Garden Shop stock everything for the garden with many plants grown in the on-site nursery.
The Art-in-Action Gallery and Gift Barn house beautiful artworks by British artists alongside home, outdoor living and gift ideas.
Waterperry’s Rural Life Museum is packed with quirky ephemera and the Saxon Church within the grounds is complete with its original 13th century stained glass windows.
No visit is complete without stopping by at the Teashop serving hot and cold lunches, afternoon teas and some of the best cakes in the county!
Waterperry Gardens are just 7 miles from Oxford city centre.
Sebbs & Rock Gardens
Waterlily Canal and Miranda’s Border
The Formal Garden
Cordon Avenue & Pear Walk
Long Walk – Colour Borders
Mary Rose Garden
Childrens Play Area
The children’s play area is situated opposite site the Teashop.
Museum Of Rural Life
The Museum of Rural Life is situated in a 18th Century granary building and displays an impressive collection of ancient tools and implements. The museum also showcases the following:
Horse brasses, turrets, swingers, horse bells, shoes and bits
Old veterinary implements and relics from household kitchens
A unique collection of brass stamps
Traps and alarm guns
70 different brass beer barrel bushes and unusual decorative skewers from the meat trade
Mediaeval pottery found on the Waterperry Estate.
The Action Gallery is located in a 18th century barn and offers affordable, contemporary art and craft. The gallery especially focuses on showcasing British work, including more than 25 Oxfordshire-based artists.
The Gallery is open every day:
Easter – October 10:00am – 5.30pm
November – Easter 10:00am – 5.00pm
The Teashop at Waterperry Gardens offers a relaxed and leisurely environment, a perfect place to enjoy one of the delightful pastries made with locally sourced ingredients. The Teashop also serves lunch as well as a variety of afternoon teas.
Plant & Garden Centre stocks a variety of Waterperry grown plants and trees. They additionally sell pots, water features and garden furniture.
The Garden shop sells plants from their own nursery as well as other gardening supplies and gifts.
Gift Barn: Here you can find an assortment of home and garden accessories. The Gift Barn also offers lotions and potions, home fragrances, candles, fashion accessories, jewellery as well as stationery products, gift wraps and cards.
The Gallery at Waterperry: Here you will find beautiful artworks, textiles, ceramics, glassware and crafts from selected British artists.
Open 10am – 5.30pm (5pm in winter) daily
Waterperry Gardens are open all year round except between Christmas and New Year. Please check Waterperry Gardens website for full details.
The only charge at Waterperry is for access to the ornamental gardens. Admission charges go directly towards helping maintain and develop the gardens.
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