The brainchild of the Duchess of Northumberland, The Alnwick Garden is a multiple award-winning visitor attraction.
The Alnwick Garden comprises 12 acres of meandering and magnificent gardens and are home to the world’s largest Tai Haku cherry orchard, a grand cascade comprising 120 water jets and the world’s largest treehouse restaurant.
The Alnwick Garden was designed to be as accessible as possible – from its earliest plans, the duchess has been clear that The Alnwick Garden is for everyone. Not only is it a horticultural haven it is also a garden that comes alive throughout the year with all manner of events for families, children and horticulturists alike.
Included with garden entry is access to the award-winning Poison Garden – a small but deadly garden that is filled exclusively with around 100 toxic, intoxicating, and narcotic plants. The boundaries of the Poison Garden are kept behind black iron gates and only opened for guided tours.
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