Tel: 01865 610300
Harcout Arboreetum comprises of 130 acres of Grade One listed heritage landscape. It sits within a wider Capability Brown-crafted landscape and includes pinetum with some of the UK's oldest giant redwoods, a picturesque serpentine ride designed by William Gilpin, a native woodland and wild flower meadow.
The Arboretum has spectacular natural beauty all year round, including English bluebells, rhododendrons, azaleas, and acers. Explore a collection of rare and endangered trees from around the world, discover some of the UK's oldest redwoods growing alongside tranquil British woodland, and wild flower meadows awash with colour.
- Guide Dogs Permitted - Registered assistance dogs may be required to wear an identification coat or marker on their lead or harness
- Free car parking - Free with your entrance ticket
* November to February: Daily, 10am until 4pm. Last admission 3pm.
March to October: Daily, 10am to 5pm. Last admission 4pm.