Events & exhibitions

The making of the Centenary Garden

6th Jul 2019 18:00


The making of the centenary garden

Exclusive Friends of Exbury members event

Exclusive to Friends of Exbury - those of our loyal visitors that have purchased an annual membership* - this rare event will give some very special guests the chance to hear the inspirations behind the Centenary Garden from the designer themself.

Marie-Louise Agius, great granddaughter of Exbury's founder Lionel de Rothschild and gold medal RHS Chelsea winner, will take members through the Centenary Garden from conception through to opening in 2019. Marie-Louise will explain the significance of the garden, the design process and how the various plants were chosen for this contemporary garden.

Refreshments will be provided.

Places will be booked on a first come, first served basis, so don't delay and book your place today!

To book this FREE event call us on 023 8089 1203 and to purchase your Friends of Exbury annual membership click here.

If you're coming to the 'Making of the Centenary Garden' event tonight please note the following information: 

  • Park in the main visitor car park
  • Arrive from around 5.30pm and come to the Visitor Entrance where we will check you off on my attendance list 
  • Friends of Exbury cards will be required as proof of membership 
  • You can either take a leisurely stroll to the Centenary Garden or use a complimentary buggy 
  • If you're visiting earlier in the day, feel free to enjoy the gardens until the event starts at 6.15pm Attendees will be greeted by Tom Clarke our Head Gardener, and Marie-Louise Agius 
  • Complimentary canapes and a drinks will be available 
  • The talk should last round 45 minutes to an hour, and there will be the opportunity to ask questions

There are still spaces available, so if you'd like to attend give us a call on 02380891203 and we'll book you in or just turn up at the alloted time.

We look forward to seeing all our Friends of Exbury members tonight!

*Must be valid (in date). Validity will be checked during booking process and attendees must bring their membership card to the event.

Exbury Gardens is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2019 and to celebrate we're opening three new areas and planning a number of special events. For more information on #Exbury100 click here.

‘We recently had some friends from London to visit and were looking for something to entertain our young children for the day. We decided to give Exbury Gardens a try and I thought it was wonderful. We had Sunday lunch in the restaurant and the food was far superior to other local attractions so compliments to the chef. Walking through the gardens was beautiful with lots of little pathways to explore. I have lived in the Romsey area for many years and always thought Exbury was a little out of the way but it only took me 20 minutes from the motorway. We will definitely be a regular visitor from now on.’

Philip Moulds, New Forest

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