Things to do at Claremont Landscape Garden review
Claremont Landscape Garden is a really beautiful National Trust site in Esher, Surrey. It’s easily accessible from around Surrey as well as London and the South East and well worth a visit.
The Grade I Listed garden is beautiful at every time of the year and it’s wonderful to see in the changing seasons. The gardens are situated with a lake in the middle, trees around the edges and paths everywhere to explore.
Claremont Landscape Garden has so many places to sit, so many things to see and even a play area – making it a great place for families to visit. The gardens aren’t suitable for bikes or scooters as some of the paths are pretty steep but there is so much space for children to run around and have an adventure.
As well as the grounds and play area, Claremont Landscape Garden has buildings and sculptures to explore, beautiful Belvedere to see at a distance and a nine pin alley to play at when it’s open.
One of our favourite things about Claremont Landscape Garden are all the places to sit and appreciate the views and tranquility. Sitting on a bench anywhere within the gardens makes you feel like you’re somewhere far removed from civilisation – and not actually pretty close to London and the M25!
Claremont Landscape Garden is a really lovely day out, one where you can lose yourself for a few hours and just enjoy quality time in what feels like the great outdoors. It’s one of our favourite National Trust sites and one we would always recommend.
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FAQ and Further Information Claremont Landscape Garden
Is there food and drink available?
There’s a lovely cafe near the entrance to the gardens, with indoor and outdoor seating. They always have a really lovely array of cakes and treats as well as a lunch menu and plenty of hot drinks too.
What are the main things to do?
Beautifully landscaped gardens with building, sculptures, walks and a playground for the kids. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*FREE or Mid-range.
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE to members of the National Trust or Mid-range. An adult ticket is £10, child £5, family ticket £24.
Is there parking?
Free parking but quite a compact car park – arrive early! There’s also a free council car park approximately 125 metres from Claremont.
When are they open?
Claremont Landscape Garden is open for most of the year. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
They welcome well-behaved dogs on short leads between 1 October and 30 April.
Are they accessible?
Guest post written by Donna from What the Redhead Said. You can read her full review here.