Explore 500 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens.
In Spring, walk along the River Len in the Princess Alexandra Gardens. Daffodils, narcissi and anemones are followed by azaleas and rhododendrons. This area is being developed into six individual gardens.
In 1980, the Culpepper Garden was developed by Russell Page from a cut flower garden into a cottage garden. The box-edged beds are planted with a mixture of English cottage garden plants including roses, lupins and poppies. It is named after the family who owned Leeds Castle in 17th century.
The Lady Baillie Mediterranean Garden was designed by the landscape architect Christopher Carter on the site of the Aviary Garden. Sit and relax and enjoy the views across the Great Water.
Other features include the Pavilion Garden, Woodland Garden and Water Garden.
Don’t miss the Maze and Grotto.