Enjoy a unique opportunity to stroll around the 66-acres of beautifully-manicured gardens at Tylney Hall as we open our doors to the public as part of the National Garden Scheme.
Take in the formal Italian Gardens, the beautiful Boathouse Lake and the serene Water Gardens - originally designed by gardening-royalty, Gertrude Jekyll.
Our Estate Manager, Paul Tattersdill, and his team will be on hand to share their knowledge and passion for the gardens - which have been painstakingly restored to their former glory over the past 30 years.
This event is family-friendly, so make sure you keep an eye out for our resident ducks and Koi Carp! And there may even be a few #Basingstones hidden across the estate...
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust we be joining us and you can feast on delicious ice cream from Purbeck Ice Cream
You will also find a mini farmer's market with lots of goodies for you to taste and purchase - from local Hampshire gin, to delicious cakes.
DON'T MISS! For the first time, we are also very excited to welcome The Great Big Tree Climbing Company who will be offering visitors an alternative view of Tylney Hall. Embrace your inner-child and climb the ancient cedar tree that graces the grounds, overlooking the mansion house. Available to anyone 6-years-old upwards. No upper limit (so be brave!) Pre-booking essential for an additional £20 per person.
Light refreshments will be served in our Chestnut Suite from midday.
£5.00 per adult, children complimentary
All proceeds go to charity