RHS Garden Rosemoor

RHS Garden Rosemoor

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Get tickets for RHS Garden Rosemoor for a beautiful family day out in Devon

Garden Rosemoor, located in the picturesque Torridge Valley in Devon, is a captivating 65-acre garden renowned for its stunning horticultural displays and serene natural beauty.

Managed by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), Rosemoor features a diverse range of themed gardens, each showcasing a unique collection of plants and landscaping styles. You can explore the vibrant Cottage Garden, the tranquil Woodland Garden, and the meticulously designed Formal Gardens, among others.

Rosemoor is not just a visual feast but also an educational hub, offering a variety of workshops, demonstrations, and seasonal events that inspire gardeners of all skill levels!

The garden's rich biodiversity and expertly curated plant collections make it a must-visit destination for nature lovers and horticulture enthusiasts alike.

Highlights of Garden Rosemoor:

  • Diverse Themed Gardens: Includes the Cottage Garden, Woodland Garden, and Formal Gardens.
  • Educational Opportunities: Workshops, demonstrations, and seasonal events for all gardening enthusiasts.
  • Seasonal Displays: Stunning displays that change with the seasons, offering year-round interest.
  • RHS Partnership: Managed by the Royal Horticultural Society, ensuring high horticultural standards.
  • Family-Friendly Activities: Various interactive activities and play areas for children.
  • Serene Natural Setting: Located in the tranquil Torridge Valley, providing a peaceful escape.
  • Biodiversity: Rich plant collections and diverse wildlife habitats.

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How To Find Us

By Car:

RHS Garden Rosemoor is signposted at Great Torrington and is situated one mile south on the A3124 road which heads towards Exeter. Exit the M5 Southbound at junction 27, and join the A361 link road signposted Barnstaple/Bideford.

At Barnstaple join A39 signposted Bideford (Atlantic Highway), keep heading towards Bideford on the A39 until you reach a roundabout signposted to Great Torrington (B3232). Take this road and follow it into Great Torrington. Car parking is free.

By Train:

The closest station is Barnstaple (12 miles). A taxi rank is available at the station entrance if you require an accessible taxi please approach a member of staff.

By Bus:

You can catch bus 5B which runs from Barnstaple and Bideford through to Exeter and back. To get up-to-date bus information call Traveline on 0870 608 2608. For more information and current timetables visit the Stagecoach website. 

The bus stop on the far side of the road provides egress onto a grass verge. This has been ramped to give better access onto the road but maybe wet or slippery and may prove challenging for wheelchair users.

The near side bus stop provides access onto the level tarmac with a mild slope leading down to the main entrance 60m away. Both bus stops are provided with benches but there are no covered shelters.

  • Free Parking
  • Toilets
  • Café

The Visitor Centre, Garden Centre, Rosemoor Kitchen Garden Restaurant, Lecture/Exhibition Hall, Reading Room, The Garden Room and Peter Buckley Learning Centre and Teaching Gardens and buildings are all accessible.

However, please note some areas of the garden such as the Woodland Walks do have limited accessibility. Wheelchair and mobility scooter hire is available, hires may require reservations in advance of your visit. Please see further details in our ‘At a glance: when you arrive’ section.

Only assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the garden and buildings.

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