A small walled garden sits behind the thatched cottage that was home to 19th-century fossil hunter, geologist and folklorist Hugh Miller. It contains roses, a herb patch and rockery. Adjoining the museum is a small courtyard garden with native plants and ferns, and a striking ammonite sculpture.
With the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions, gardens in the 2-for-1 directory are beginning to open.
To ensure the safety of visitors and staff, many have special measures in place, including pre-booking and limiting the number of visitors.
Before visiting a garden, please contact the garden directly to determine their opening status and any restrictions that may apply.
Please note: we’re unable to keep all individual 2-for-1 garden pages updated, but we will publish the latest details that we have on our weekly updates page from week commencing Monday 8 June, 2020.
Using your 2-for-1 card at Hugh Miller’s Birthplace Cottage & Museum
- One free entry with one full-paying adult
- Card valid for the whole property
- Before setting off check the garden’s website or call direct, as opening details can vary and one-off restrictions may apply
Open 30 Mar-31 Oct - days & times vary, see website
Adults £6.50, seniors & children (5-16) £5.50