Our gardens are open every day throughout the year (except Christmas Day) from 10am to 5pm.
‘Friends of Cambo’ Season tickets are available too. Buy yours now.
Whatever you look for in gardens, you are sure to find it in this iconic Victorian walled garden with a modern twist – inspirational planting schemes designed by Head Gardener, Elliott Forsyth, unusual plants (to see and buy), somewhere beautiful to while away an hour or two, an all seasons plantsman’s paradise, woodland walks by a sparkling burn leading to the sea.
Our Snowdrop Festival begins in February, then Tulips in May and our Roses in July but there is even more to see! Our walled garden offers stunning summer colour every year. Our Ornamental Potager, a flamboyant flight of fancy created with vegetables, fruit and flowers is not to be missed! Our new North American Prairie garden is home to 100’s of grasses.
The gardens were first opened over 20 years ago ….. read more
As you enter the gardens on a winter walk, the first snowdrops will be there
to greet you, delicate scents waft unexpectedly on the breeze. Grasses and
seedheads glisten with frost and berries and barks add splashes of colour.
A quirky setting to start or finish your visit to Cambo – or just the place to meet a friend or find a special gift. Open daily 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Good home baking, nourishing soups and light snacks, a comfy seat and friendly staff. Why not try one of our famous snowdrop biscuits?
Few can resist a tempting array of plants for sale – whatever the season – and snowdrop bulbs are seldom off the menu! See them in the garden, then see them in your own!
If you can’t see what you want – tell us – we may be able to propagate it for you.
Cambo Gardens are open daily 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Adults £5.50 Children free
Dogs on leads welcome
Free Weekly Tours of the Gardens (February to October)
Every Tuesday at 1.30pm
Meet at the entrance to the Walled Garden for a guided tour with one of the garden staff. This is included in entry price.
Gain valuable experiences and insights into what it means to develop and maintain a garden to the highest level.
With a strong emphasis on planting design and plantsmanship be encouraged to explore and develop you own planting style.