Millennium Garden Walk – AugustBack to Events
28 Aug 2020
Evening Millennium Garden walk
Our Millennium Garden walk comes at a special time for us, with this August marking the 20th Anniversary since the garden was officially opened in 2000 by Roy Lancaster. Join our knowledgeable Head Gardener, Jonathan Pearce, this summer for an intimate early evening walk around Piet Oudolf’s first public UK garden which, for several years, was the largest established garden Oudolf had designed. It is therefore an important example of his work.
Recently hailed as “One of Britain’s most radiant summer gardens” by Countryfile Magazine in June 2019 and named as “one the most beautiful gardens to visit in Britain” by The Times in August 2019, the Millennium Garden promises encapsulating views all year round, particularly in the summer whereby the vibrant colours cascade as far as the eye can see.
Under the watchful eye of Jonathan, a stunning island and ‘Monet-style’ bridge has been developed to the adjacent area creating a looped walkway for visitors connecting the Millennium Garden to the new Wetland Hide overlooking a newly created wetland area and reed-bed.
£3.50 Children (3-16 yrs)
Important information regarding the event:
- Admission into this event is £5 adults/seniors, £3.50 children (3-16 yrs)
- This event does not include entry into Pensthorpe Natural Park. Normal admission will apply
- There is no online discount for this event
- Limited spaces are available
- Annual members receive early bird priority booking for this event
- The event will run from 6pm – 8pm, please arrive 15 mins prior to the start time
- Parking is FREE
- Unfortunately, unless they are assistance dogs, dogs cannot enter the main reserve. Find out more on our Before You Visit page
- BBC Gardeners’ World 2-for-1 gardens to visit cards are not valid for this event. Please refer to the cards’ Terms and Conditions for more information.