Gardens and Parks in Cumbria

Most of the historic gardens of Cumbria are found in the grounds of the county's grand homes. They date from Hutton-in-the-Forest's royal forest of the middle ages through the 17th century (Holker Hall, Levens Hall) to the 18th century (Dalemain) and up to today. The present owners of the historic homes continue to maintain and improve the gardens for the enjoyment of visitors.

Acorn Bank Garden Bardsea Country Park
Borrans Park Brantwood and John Ruskin
Brockhole - The Lake District Visitor Centre Dalemain
Fell Foot Park and Garden Graythwaite Hall Gardens
Higham Hall College Holehird Gardens
Holker Hall Gardens Holme Crag garden
Levens Hall Sizergh Castle Garden
Stagshaw Garden Talkin Tarn Country Park
Winderwath Garden

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