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Exbury Gardens and Steam Railway

United Kingdom
SO45 1AZ
Tel:  023 8089 1203
Fax:  023 8089 9940
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Adults £6.50 - £7.50; senior citizens / groups

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Additional Features

Annual pass
Family tickets
Group admission
Single admission ticket

Special Offers

All paying visitors up to and including 10 June 2007 will receive a FREE TICKET to come back and see the spectacular autumn colours in Oct / Nov 2007.


HHA/Christies ‘Garden of the Year 2001’
STB Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2003

Created by Lionel de Rothschild in the 1920’s, Exbury Gardens in the New Forest are a stunning vision of his inspiration, offering 200-acres of natural beauty & horticultural variety.

Exbury reflects the changing moods of nature. Early spring sees the magnolias and camellias burst into flower, whilst the Daffodil Meadow is a carpet of vibrant gold. In mid-spring the rhododendrons and azaleas are at their peak & full of vibrant colour. The full bloom of the Exotic Garden & Herbaceous Gardens announces the arrival of summer. Autumn follows bringing spectacular displays of colour from the Japanese maples, deciduous azaleas & dogwoods that flourish.

The popular narrow gauge steam railway takes visitors on a magical journey around the northeast corner of the Gardens and through the Summer Lane Garden planted with bulbs, herbaceous perennials and grasses. The journey lasts 20 minutes & features include a bridge, tunnel, viaduct & ‘Exbury North’ halt.

Facilities at Exbury include a Gift Shop, Plant Centre, Restaurant, Tearooms & chauffeur driven buggy service. Parking is free.

Exbury is licensed to host civil weddings, and has a marquee site for receptions.

A programme of special events takes place throughout the year, including open-air theatre, art gallery exhibitions, Ghost Train and Santa Special rides.
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