2-for-1 Gardens – well-loved locations
Discover some of the well-known and well-loved gardens that are in our 2-for-1 Gardens to visit guides for both 2022 and 2023 – order your 2023 guide now
Here is a small selection of the gardens you'll find in your 2-for-1 Gardens Guide for 2023 – order your 2023 2-for-1 Gardens guide online now. Whether you're looking to explore tropical glasshouses at Kew Gardens or marvel at the Grand Cascade at The Alnwick Garden, you can enjoy a day out to any one of these impressive gardens using your 2-for-1 Gardens card to make big savings. These are some of our most popular 2-for-1 Gardens returning to the guide for 2023, but with 416 gardens, there will be plenty of hidden gems for you to explore as well.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
2-for-1 Gardens saving: up to £21.50
With 326-acres to explore and home to the most diverse collection of living plants on the planet, spend a day enjoying the tropical splendour of Kew's glasshouses. Travel to the depths of the rainforest inside the iconic Palm House or spot giant water lilies and exotic orchids inside the climate-controlled Princess of Wales Conservatory. In the vast Temperate House you can discover more than 1,500 species of plants from all across the world. As well as their impressive botanical collection, Kew is also the home of an exciting tree-top walkway and kids play area.
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2-for-1 Gardens saving: £35
The historic gardens at Leeds Castle provide interest year round. The south-facing Lady Baillie Mediterranean Garden Terraces have been designed to transport you to far-flung, sun-drenched climes. Sheltered by palms and firs and packed with sun-lovers, this garden is the perfect spot to take a seat and enjoy views out over the grand lake. Visit the cottage garden to find roses, lupins and poppies filling the walls of low box hedges with colour and fragrance. There is also a yew maze, an underworld grotto and knights’ stronghold adventure playground for kids. Keep an eye out for the diverse wildlife in the park, woodland and lake.
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2-for-1 Gardens saving: £39
With extensive grounds and teeming with history, there is plenty to discover at Warwick Castle. As well as the birds who gave the gardens its name, The Peacock Garden also boasts sculptured topiaries, manicured hedges, a pond and fountain. From here, look out over the Pageant Field, majestic parkland designed by Capability Brown which stretches along the river Avon and provides impressive views of the castle. Sweeping lawns and mature cedars will lead you down to the river.
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The Alnwick Garden
2 for 1 Saving: £16
The Alnwick Garden is an innovative and exciting contemporary garden. Spend a day at The Alnwick, walking between the Roses, the Ornamental Garden or the 326 cherry blossom trees. For something a little different, you can explore the Poison Garden and discover myths, legends and scientific facts about the plants many of us grow in our back garden. However, despite their impressive plant collections, it is water that is the lifeblood of this garden. With 120 jets and half-hourly water displays, the Grand Cascade is the largest water feature of its kind in the country.
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2-for-1 Gardens saving: up to £18
Enjoy exploring over 120 acres of gardens and Capability Brown landscape at Harewood House. Designed by Sir Charles Barry, best known as the architect of the Houses of Parliament, with views out over the Yorkshire countryside, the terrace at Harewood is a magnificent example of a Victorian formal garden. Look out for Mediterranean and tropical plants, such as yuccas and Mexican sunflowers, in the 100m archery border. In springtime, the open glades with views across the lake are alive with thousands of flowering daffodils. Bright rhododendrons and primulas flourish in the Himalayan border in early summer. Children can enjoy a visit to the adventure playground – complete with aerial walkways, slides and a 15m high tower.
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