The gardens are open from 10am until dusk and tea rooms from 10am to 4pm every day. Pre-book your visit online today.
Furzey Gardens is a social enterprise which provides training and work experience for people with learning disabilities.
Entrance is by suggested donation. To visit the gardens this year tickets can be pre-booked online or you can just turn up.
Online booking remains the best option for visiting as tickets are available at a lower suggested donation than on the gate.
The suggested ticket donations online are:
Our suggested donation for payment on entrance are:
Your visit will support our work with people with learning disabilities who help to maintain the gardens.
Furzey Gardens Members have free access to the gardens throughout the year. Visit three times and you will already have covered your membership donation – join here.
We are currently accepting 2 for 1 offers on RHS members, BBC Gardeners World Magazine, Yeo Valley tokens, Go New Forest Card and My VIP card. These offers apply to entrance on a Monday – Thursday only.
The tea rooms are open daily from 10am – 4pm. The gardens are open from 10am until dusk.
There are paper maps available when you arrive at Furzey Gardens as well as a large map to view at the entrance. You can also download a map here to use on your visit.
Please do not visit the gardens if displaying Covid symptoms or if you have come into contact with someone with Covid.
Please wear a mask when inside the tea rooms.
Toilets are available for visitors to use when the tea rooms are open.
There is limited parking available at Furzey Gardens. We do not own the car park adjacent to the gardens but are grateful that it can be used for our visitors. However, during school holidays the car park can quickly become full and parking is not available in the immediate vicinity due to narrow lanes, farm access and out of consideration for our neighbours.
We apologise for any inconvenience you may experience.
The tea rooms are open daily from 10am to 4pm serving light lunches, cakes and a selection of hot and cold drinks.
The tea rooms provide training and work experience for people with learning disabilities. Thank you for your custom, which supports this work.
Sadly only assistance dogs are allowed to come into the gardens.
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