Get lost in gorgeous gardens

With four fabulous gardens to explore, Pensthorpe is one of the best places in Norfolk to satisfy green-fingered gurus and horticultural enthusiasts. It’s where you can unwind and admire to your heart’s content. Bloomin’ marvellous!

Beautiful blooms and hidden gems

From wild grasses and lush greenery to show-stopping plants and busy bees, these four dedicated spaces offer all the drama you’re after with all the serenity you crave. Find out more about what each garden has in store.

Millennium Garden

Packed with over 150 species of shrubs, grasses and climbers – not to mention the wildlife that visits throughout the seasons – Piet Oudolf’s ode to natural nuance is where you’ll find the very best perennial planting in the region.

Glade Sculpture Garden

Under a canopy of evergreen lays the glade sculpture garden, previously home to our red squirrel conservation project now home to a captivating fairy, towering dandelions, kaleidoscopic mosaics and array of flora and fauna.

Wildlife Habitat Garden

This wildlife-welcoming spot is buzzing with visitors (and we don’t just mean the humans!). Spot dragonflies, amphibians, reptiles, moths, bats, beetles, birds, butterflies and, of course, bees! And get helpful hints and tips for your garden too.

Corten Infinity Garden

The most recent addition to Pensthorpe’s garden line-up, this attention-grabber is manicured glory that can’t be missed. Designed around a mighty piece of corten steel, it’s where vibrant species like banana and ginger plants put on a spectacle.

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Wave Garden

Designed by Chelsea Flower Show gold medallist Julie Toll, this woodland idyll is the perfect place to roam, reflect and see lush foliage all year long. Be sure to make a beeline for our popular sculptures, which you’ll find dotted around the landscape.