Great Dixter House and Gardens
Great Dixter House and gardens have much to experience. There is the 15th century manor house with the addition by the architect Edwin Lutyens, and the Medieval Great Barn with its Oast House. The Lloyd family bought the house in 1910 and restored the house and designed and laid out the gardens and meadows – which can still be seen today. Christopher Lloyd, the famous gardener and writer lived at, and wrote about, this garden all his life.
There is always something of interest to see all year-round, from the 100 year old wildflower meadows, to the colourful Long border and the Exotic garden. There is also a nursery on site where visitors can order and buy a range of plants, many of which can be seen in the garden. Gift shop with light refreshments available.
Please see website for children’s events, study days and events.
Opening Times: For the House and Garden 29th March – 27th October. Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays.
Gardens 11.00 – 5.00pm (last admission)
House 2.00 – 5.00pm
Winter opening – Gardens open 11.00 – 5.00pm 16th & 17th February and 23rd & 24th February.
Photo Credits: © Copyright Great Dixter House.
For further information please visit: http://www.greatdixter.co.uk