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Goodnestone Park Gardens, Canterbury, Kent

Goodnestone Park Gardens
Wingham
Canterbury
Kent

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Visitors to Goodnestone are always surprised to discover such a haven of beautiful tranquillity hidden away in south-east Kent. The gardens have many centuries of history behind them and have been created by generations of the FitzWalter family who have lived here since they built the house. The gardens have been brought to their present level of acclaimed quality during the last forty years. They are full of gardening quality at all times of the year, from early spring to late-autumn, but they are just as enjoyable for a peaceful family day out or a walk in the Kent countryside. The gardens also provide the setting for special events, including concerts, plant fairs and wedding receptions. We hope that you will enjoy visiting us.

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Months Open: 2019 Opening Details:
Tuesdays to Fridays & Sundays 11.00hrs – 17.00hrs.
New café open all year
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Coach Parking: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £7
Children(2 - 16): £2
Catering: Café serving delicious home -made cakes and light lunches

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