Resting in the heart of Windsor Great Park, The Savill Garden is one of Britain's greatest ornamental gardens. Commissioned by George V and created by Sir Eric Savill in 1932, The Savill Garden has been an inspiration for all.
A royal connection continues to run through the garden, and on your visit see the Queen Elizabeth II Temperate House, the Golden Jubilee Garden, and the Rose Garden opened by Her Majesty in July 2010.
Today, this natural haven of 35 acres of beautifully designed gardens and woodland can be enjoyed by everyone, from dedicated horticulturists to those who just want to spend a relaxing day out with family or friends.
A place of discovery, The Savill Garden contains distinctive interlocking gardens including the Hidden Gardens, Spring Wood, the Summer Gardens, the New Zealand Garden, Summer Wood, The Glades, Autumn Wood and the Winter Beds.
Renowned for its mix of native and exotic species, The Savill Garden joins together design, colour and texture to delight the senses. Visit throughout the seasons and you will see there is always something new to discover.
Each season brings with it something new, transforming the scene with fresh displays to explore.
Find out more about what you can see all year round
Inside The Savill Garden Visitor Centre you’ll find The Savill Garden Kitchen, a restaurant run by esteemed caterers Benugo’s, famous for providing great, simple food with friendly, efficient service.
The Savill Garden Gift Shop is also located in The Savill Garden Visitor Centre. You’ll find a wide range of beautiful gifts evocative of an idyllic country lifestyle alongside a range of plants and garden accessories from the Royal Gardens. The Savill Garden Gift Shop supports British manufacturers and you’ll discover a great range of locally produced items too, from shortbread to preserves. There is also a small shop at the Virginia Water Pavilion with a selection of items and membership sales.
Find out more about becoming a Member of Windsor Great Park, a Friend of The Savill Garden or Gift Membership.
Visit Windsor Great Park's parking pages for information on car parks.
The Savill Garden is perfect for a group visit and Windsor Great Park has launched its new group visitors guide for The Savill Garden, detailing a wide selection of tours and experiences for group visits in 2021.
The guide includes details on the ‘Royal Heritage Tour and The Savill Garden’, which provides the opportunity to be immersed in 1000 years of Royal History with a personally guided coach tour of Windsor Great Park. Now in its third year and exclusively for groups, visitors can enjoy the unique national and natural heritage of Windsor Great Park when visiting The Savill Garden. This limited availability tour allows visitors to understand how Windsor Great Park works in the modern day, as well as learning about its long history. The tour, which lasts approximately one hour, will finish with the rare opportunity to disembark from the coach at the top of the Long Walk, providing unique vistas of London and the iconic view from The Copper Horse statue of George III to Windsor Castle beyond.
Alongside this are a varied selection of experiences for groups which include:
• The Royal Garden and River Boat Cruise – three options that include catering for you to choose from
• Dorney Court and The Savill Garden
The Savill Garden sits in the heart of Windsor Great Park which makes it perfect for rambling groups. We have three recommended walks that you can do from The Savill Garden Visitor Centre which are:
• Through The Deer Park and to the top of The Long Walk (3.8 miles)
• To The Valley Gardens (1.7 miles)
• A lakeside walk of Virginia Water (5.1 miles)
The history and heritage of The Garden is brought to life with a private tour of The Savill Garden, led by one of our guides or the gardeners themselves. And then, why not finish it off with a cream tea or one of our group catering packages from The Savill Garden Kitchen. The Savill Garden offers the perfect group day out.
With coach parking right beside the main entrance, groups can spend their time exploring all 35 acres, taking in the beautifull curated scenery and experiencing the gentle environment around them. And, accessible to all with special group rates and discounts, now is the perfect time to plan and book your 2021 itineraries.
For more information and to download an online version of the guide visit www.windsorgreatpark.co.uk/groups
Summer dates are 1 March to 31 October and Winter dates are 1 November to 28 February.
Summer - 9am to 6pm daily. Last admission at 5pm.
Winter - 9am to 4pm daily. Last admission at 3pm.
The Savill Garden is closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
1 March - 6 November 9am to 6pm daily.
7 November - 28 February 9am to 4pm daily.
The Savill Garden Gift Shop and Plant Centre is closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
1 March - 6 November 9am to 5pm daily.
7 November - 28 February 9am to 3.30pm daily. Drinks and desserts only from 3pm to 3.30pm.
The Savill Garden Kitchen is closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult Summer*||£13.95 per ticket|
|Adult Winter*||£7.95 per ticket|
|Carer Winter and Summer*||Free|
|Children 0-4 Years*||Free|
|Children 5-16 Years Summer*||£6.50 per ticket|
|Children 5-16 Years Winter*||£3.50 per ticket|
|Group Adult Summer**||£10.00 per ticket|
|Group Adult Winter**||£6.00 per ticket|
The Savill Garden - Summer prices apply 01 March - 06 November. The Savill Garden - Winter prices apply 07 November - 28 February.
*When purchased in advance online
**Minimum group size is ten (10). Free ticket for Group Organiser is available for the 11th person in the group.
The Savill Garden is a mile from Englefield Green and 4 miles from Windsor Castle. Approach via the A30 from the south and west, and by the A308 from the east and north. It is also close to the M25 (J13), M3 and M4. Look out for brown signs saying 'The Royal Landscape' or 'The Savill Garden'. Visitors using satellite navigation devices should input the destination postcode TW20 0XD.
By rail: the nearest rail stations are located at Egham, Windsor and Virginia Water. By bicycle: the National Cycle Route 7 passes through Windsor Great Park, and there is an extensive network of roads and tracks along which cycling is permitted.
|Open New Year|
|Garden: Summer Season (1 Mar 2022 - 6 Nov 2022)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:00||- 18:00|
|Garden: Winter Season (7 Nov 2022 - 28 Feb 2023)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:00||- 16:00|
* Garden Summer - 9am to 6pm daily. Last admission at 5pm.
Garden Winter - 9am to 4pm daily. Last admission at 3pm.
Open all year except 24 and 25 December 2022.
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