Exclusive holidays and events

Treat yourself to a gardening masterclass, an exclusive event or an unforgettable trip with BBC Gardeners' World Magazine

BBC Gardeners' World Magazine readers can attend regular exclusive events, tours, classes and specially-selected holidays, hosted by our gardening experts. Discover what our readers thought of some of our holidays and events here.

Our exclusive events, tours, masterclasses and holidays are created with gardeners in mind. Led by renowned gardening experts in beautiful locations, events range all around the UK and overseas.

These exciting holidays and cruises give BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine subscribers and readers the opportunity to meet their favourite gardening experts such as Monty Don, Carol Klein and Alan Titchmarsh.

Our in-depth masterclasses allow you to learn directly from magazine contributors, including David Hurrion, associate editor of Gardeners’ World Magazine.

Bespoke events include lunches, gardening tours, talks and private exhibition views at venues such as Highgrove, the Royal Academy and Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir restaurant in Oxfordshire.

Editor Lucy Hall says:

"We create special events for our readers because there's no better way to learn and discover than in the amiable company of like-minded gardeners. Whether it's opening the gates to the world's most dramatic gardens, inviting passionate experts to spend their time with us or sharing new skills that will last a lifetime, why not join us for a memorable experience?"

from £449

Travel the heritage steam railways, cruise the Norfolk Broads and enjoy an exclusive guided tour and afternoon tea at the glorious Sandringham Estate.

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from £3,899

Discover the very best of Japan's beautiful gardens on an exclusive 13-day tour. Experience fast-paced cities, incredible cuisine and outstanding natural beauty.

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£65 - £75 Subscriber and reader prices

Enjoy a day at The Savill Garden and perfect your autumn pruning skills with Associate Editor, David Hurrion. Plus, enjoy a talk from Keeper of Gardens, John Anderson.

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