Advance tickets now required for entry to our Gardens

Visitor Information

Opening Times

Every day, 9am – 6pm (last entry 5.30pm).

Our gardens, shops, Garden Café and The Story of Gardening are open. Picnics are available to order, so we regret that personal picnics are not allowed on the estate.

We are taking all necessary precautions to safeguard our staff and visitors at this time, in compliance with Government legislation.

Tickets

Adults - £17.50*

Children (5-15) - £7*

Under 5s - Free

*2020 prices reduced in line with VAT changes

Advance Tickets & Garden Membership

Visitors are required to have purchased a day ticket in advance. Once here you can become a member - paying just once to visit as many times as you like for 12 months after your first visit.

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PLAN YOUR VISIT

In order to avoid queues and protect the welfare of staff and visitors, advance tickets are now required for entry to the gardens. We also recommend booking in advance for eateries and activities; plan your visit now so that you're ready to explore.

LET'S GO

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

We are only accepting card or contactless payments at the moment and do not have cash machines on site.

We ask that you please keep a sensible 2m distance from others during your visit.

Our new Gelateria is serving cold drinks, fruity sorbets and creamy buffalo milk gelato.

This is a working farm with lots of feathery friends and deer, so kindly leave your pets at home. Assistance dogs are allowed.

Please wear sturdy shoes (no high heels) as some paths have gaps, are uneven or can become slippery in wet or frosty weather.

Bring a hat in summer and wellies plus an umbrella in winter. A famous Swedish proverb holds: There is no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothing.

Children and anyone who cannot swim must be closely supervised at all times, as we have many ponds and lakes.

Parents with prams and guests using wheelchairs: kindly note that pathways in the garden and woods are uneven and can become slippery in wet or frosty weather.

The Newt in Somerset is a working farm. We accept no responsibility for any injury that the visitor could reasonably have avoided by following advice that appears on our website, maps and signs around the Estate. As regards any property, we are only responsible for any loss or damage to such if caused by us whilst you are visiting the Estate.

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