The approach of winter does not have to mean putting your 2-for-1 card away for the season. There are many 2-for-1 gardens open throughout winter 2022/23, there are plenty of parks, gardens and woodlands open for those looking to escape the christmas shoppers and the hustle and bustle of cities at this busy time of year.

This year, a selection of National Garden of Scotland gardens that are typically closed over the winter have extended their opening dates. Explore the gardens at The Hill House, laid out by Charles Rennie Mackintosh to complement the house he designed, widely considered to be his domestic masterpiece. Enjoy views over the Brodick Bay from the terraced gardens at Brodick Castle. You can also keep an eye out for wildlife at the House of Dun and Montrose Basin Nature Reserve – you can often spot the pink-footed goose over winter.

Wrap up warm and make a day of exploring these gardens. As temperatures drop, make sure to visit the gardens' tearooms and enjoy a hot drink.

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