The Gardens, originally designed by the celebrated Elizabethan architect Robert Smythson, have an ancient feeling to them.

Gardens to be enjoyed and toured each season.

Haddon Hall’s Elizabethan walled gardens are a rare survival of the 16th century. Renowned for their beauty, structure and views, the gardens are arranged in a series of terraces, retained by enormous buttresses, that cascade down to the River Wye with seemingly endless views over the ancient parkland and Peak District National Park beyond.

Throughout the year, the gardens are open to explore and tour – take time to enjoy the beauty of their planting and the glorious views to the landscape in which they are set.