One of England's finest woodland and ornamental gardens, including National Collections and plants from around the world, The Savill Garden provides a wealth of beauty and interest in all seasons.
Gardens within a Garden
The Savill Garden offers something for everyone. Visitors journey through a variety of interlocking gardens set over 35 acres, ranging from the golden grasslands of the New Zealand Garden to the vibrant swatches of colour in the huge Herbaceous Borders.
Open all year round. The Savill Garden only closes on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Summer dates are 1 March to 31 October and Winter dates are 1 November to 28 February.
Garden: 10am to 4.30pm daily. Last admission is at 4pm.
Shop: 10am to 4.30pm daily.
Restaurant:The restaurant closes at 4pm daily.
Garden:10am to 6pm daily. Last admission is at 5pm.
Shop: 9.30am to 6pm daily.
Restaurant:The restaurant closes at 5.30pm daily.
SUMMER ADMISSION CHARGES
- Adults £10.50
- Groups (10+) £8.50
Children 16 and under visit for free. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
If you're a regular visitor, you might want to become a member. Membership costs £58 (single) or £75.50 (double*).
*Double Membership is for two people residing at the same address.
As a Member of The Savill Garden, you can also choose to add an Annual Car Park Pass - which gives you year round access to all of our other official car parks for just £17.50 extra.
The Savill Gardens offers good accessibility for disabled visitors. Wheelchairs are available on a first come, first served basis. Assistance dogs are welcome.
- The Savill Garden Open Daily
Summer: 10am - 6pm
Winter: 10am - 4.30pm
Last admission to The Garden is 30 minutes before closing
Closed 24 and 25 December
- The Savill Garden shop
As per garden except:
Sundays in Summer: opens at 12 noon
Sundays in Winter: opens at 10.30am
Shop closed on Easter Sunday
The Savill Garden was created by Sir Eric Savill, grand master of the woodland garden, in the 1930s with support of King George V and Queen Mary.
Since that time, the Garden has continued to develop under royal patronage, and visitors have enjoyed the opportunity to explore this magnificent royal garden.
Please see this very informative site: www.windsorgreatpark.co.uk/en/experiences/the-savill-garden