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Kirkleatham Walled Garden

Welcome to Kirkleatham Walled Garden

The Grade II listed Kirkleatham Walled Garden will open its gates to visitors on the 25th August after being closed for more than 30 years.

The historic attraction has been restored back to its former glory and now features formal gardens, a science garden, areas for activities and a glasshouse, along with a café, a shop and a 350-seat pavilion, which will be available for events such as weddings, dinners and corporate events.

The café will serve produce grown locally, home-baked favourites, hot meals, and hot and cold beverages.

There will also be a garden shop open all year round, with a seasonally-changing stock of garden-grown produce and plants, local craft and specialised gardening goods and books.

A programme of horticultural and crafts workshops will also take place throughout the year with activities for all ages.

Opening Times and Admission

From Wednesday 25th August Kirkleatham Walled Garden will be open throughout the summer, daily 10am till 5.30pm.

Gardens 10.00am-5.30pm, last entry at 3.30pm

Café 10.00am-5.30pm, last orders taken at 4.30pm

Admission is to the garden only ( you don't a ticket to visit the café or shop).

Single Tickets:

Adults: £4.00
Concession: £3.00
1 adult & 1 child: £5.00
Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children): £10.00

Annual Tickets:

Annual pass: £6.00
Concession annual pass: £5.00
Family annual pass (2 adults and up to 3 children): £20.00

Groups

Group of up to 15 £90.00
Group tour £240.00

For all bookings including bus tours and group bookings, email: info@kirkleathamwalledgarden.co.uk

Please note opening times may change seasonally – so check before you visit.

Assistance dogs only allowed.

How to Get There

By Car
Accessible from all directions, Kirkleatham Walled Garden can be reached from the A174 Parkway. The main routes to the A174 are the A19 North from York and the South from Newcastle.

The A171 runs North West from Scarborough to Guisborough linking to the A174 by the B1269.

Car parking is free and is available within the grounds.

By Train
The closest train station to Kirkleatham Walled Garden is Redcar Central. This station is serviced regularly by the Northern Rail service from Bishop Auckland to Saltburn.

By Bus
Arriva North East service Kirkleatham with the services 81, 81A, 63 and the 64.

Journey planners and timetables are available from www.connectteesvalley.com for both bus and train services.

Get in touch

Kirkleatham Walled Garden
Plantation Road
Redcar
TS10 4QT

Email: info@kirkleathamwalledgarden.co.uk

7422

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