Enjoy brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and the best barista coffee, soft drinks and a fabulous wine list at our on-site food outlets. We have many options for our young visitors too.
Open to non garden visitors.
Exbury Gardens is looking for a talented individual to join us as our Visitor Experience Manager. You will be responsible for ensuring that our growing numbers of visitors have a memorable and enjoyable day with us. If this could be you ... read on!!
Read about the 5 Halloween acitivities you can do at Exbury Gardens in Hampshire in October 2021.
People always ask us Gardeners 'what do you do in the winter'? Managing a large Garden of over 200 acres means there is always more to do in the winter months than in the summer. The first job once we say goodbye to the visitors is putting the Garden to sleep for the winter.
Visitors to the Gardens this autumn will be wise to keep a watchful eye on the woodland floor, as thousands of mushrooms, toadstools and fungi will be peeking through the carpet of autumn leaves.
Exbury’s unrivalled collection of sparkling Nerine sarniensis or ‘Jewel Lilies’ will be on public display at Exbury Gardens.
On Friday 28 August, a team of archaeologists and volunteers put their woodworking skills to the test at Exbury Gardens.
Local artist, Jill Fry was welcomed by Exbury President Nick de Rothschild as her stunning ‘Secret Garden’ exhibition last Friday.
Pack a picnic and pop to Exbury Gardens in celebration of National Picnic Week
The New Forest Tour Bus commences its summer long programme on Saturday 27 June, visiting Exbury Gardens up to eight times a day on the Green Route.
Hidden horticultural treasures make Exbury gardens a joy to explore right through the summer.
Please do get in touch with any query or feedback that you may have and one of our team will respond as quickly as possible.