RHS Garden Rosemoor

RHS Garden Rosemoor, Great Torrington EX38 8PH

Opening times

RHS Garden Rosemoor is now open to visitors. The Garden is open 10am to 4pm Monday to Sunday but pre-booked tickets are a must as we have limited capacity to allow for social distancing measures.   All RHS Gardens, Rosemoor included, have introduced safety measures:   • Strictly limited numbers of pre-booked tickets available for each day • Restrictions on the number of customers allowed to shop at any one time, and a maximum of two people per household allowed into the Garden Centre together • Separate entry and exit points to the Gardens and Garden Centres where possible • Floor markings to indicate appropriate distances while queueing in the Garden Centres and the Garden entrances • Screens at the welcome desks and checkouts to protect staff • Hand sanitiser available to staff and visitors at strategic points • Card transactions only – no cash payments    All information is here https://www.rhs.org.uk/gardens .

Prices

All listed prices include Gift Aid. The RHS relies upon the generosity of its visitors to fund its charitable work. The prices shown include an additional 10% donation towards our charitable work, and enable us to claim Gift Aid on your admission. For more information on Gift Aid, please contact a member of our Visitor Services team.
Adults
£13.50
Children 5-16 Years
£6.75
Family (2 adults, 2 children)
£33.50
Groups of more than 10
£7 per person (Booked in advance)
RHS Affiliated Societies
One free visit per year (Booked in advance)
Green Travel Bus or Bicycle
£9.40

Special Offers

There are no Special Offers at this time – check back soon!

About

RHS Garden Rosemoor is an enchanting garden nestled in the beautiful Torridge Valley and home of Tarka the Otter and located within half an hour of Dartmoor National Park. Surrounded by woodland, the garden is rich in variety throughout every season and features inspiring planting displays enhanced by the natural beauty of Devon. These include the largest rose gardens in the South West; the stunning Hot Garden; the brand new RHS Chelsea Gold Medal winner designed Cool Garden; a Devon Cottage Garden; lake, stream and waterfall; The Fruit and Vegetable Garden; a Victorian Stumpery; natural flower meadows and bluebell carpeted woodlands.

The garden is an inspirational backdrop and each year rosemoor holds over 100 events, short courses and workshops, designed to inspire everyone to grow including: an annual flower show, winter illuminations, plant, craft and antique fairs, art and sculpture exhibitions, music events and outdoor theatre together with a programme of diverse leisure learning short courses and workshops in gardening, photography, craft and art.

There is plenty for families too with themed fun family activities every school holiday including children’s entertainment and shows, garden art and craft workshops, or become a budding gardener as you sow and grow along with us. Every day there are self-guided adventure trails around the garden and two natural play areas to really stimulate creative play.

Rosemoor’s award-winning Garden Kitchen restaurant serves seasonal menus full of quality garden and local produce along with freshly baked cakes and scones. Enjoy delicious afternoon tea, Sunday carvery or eat alfresco in the garden with one of our jute picnic bags or at the seasonal traditional Shepherd’s Hut catering facility and seasonal traditional Tea Room.

There is also great shopping with a range of top quality plants in the Plant Centre, including RHS Award of Garden Merit and plants that are approved RHS Perfect for Pollinators. The Plant Centre offers a 5-year hardy plant guarantee. Find a wide selection of gifts, books, stationery and garden accessories in the shop. Look out for free Plant Centre & Gift Shop events throughout the year.

Note

RHS Garden Rosemoor is now open to visitors. The Garden is open 10am to 4pm Monday to Sunday but pre-booked tickets are a must as we have limited capacity to allow for social distancing measures.
 
All RHS Gardens, Rosemoor included, have introduced safety measures:
 
• Strictly limited numbers of pre-booked tickets available for each day
• Restrictions on the number of customers allowed to shop at any one time, and a maximum of two people per household allowed into the Garden Centre together
• Separate entry and exit points to the Gardens and Garden Centres where possible
• Floor markings to indicate appropriate distances while queueing in the Garden Centres and the Garden entrances
• Screens at the welcome desks and checkouts to protect staff
• Hand sanitiser available to staff and visitors at strategic points
• Card transactions only – no cash payments
 
 All information is here www.rhs.org.uk/gardens

Key Facilities


Shop


Parking


Restaurant/Cafe


Disabled Access


Guide Dogs permitted


Toilets for Disabled Visitors

Additional Facilities

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