Hole Park Gardens Bluebell Festival
The Bluebell Season is 14 April to 8 May 2020
Gardens & Tea Room open from 11am – 6pm
Spring Opening including the Bluebell Festival
Saturday 28th March - Saturday 14th June 2020
Summer Opening to end of October
Wednesdays & Thursdays only, Wednesday 17th June to Thursday 29th October 2020
4th, 11th, 18th & 25th October 2020
The beautiful award-winning Hole Park Gardens in Rolvenden, Kent will be open to visitors every day from Saturday 28 March 2020. Every year the gardens attract visitors for the annual Bluebell Spectacular event which takes place from late April to early May. Hole Park’s website will have a bluebell barometer which informs visitors when the bluebells are at their peak.
Immaculately trimmed yew hedges, many with geometric topiary shapes, surround much of the 16-acre formal gardens. An additional 10 acres form the Bluebell Wood which is often described by visitors and garden writers as one of the best places in Britain to see bluebells. Everyone can enjoy this natural wonder by taking the delightful circular walk through the bluebells, over the pretty streams to a renovated solar powered ice house. From here the path meanders through the magical silver and white haze of the Wild Garlic Walk before finishing back at the gardens. From here visitors can admire the impressive mature rhododendrons and azaleas which are also in flower at this time of year.
This year, owners can bring their dogs into the gardens and woodlands for the first time. Dogs must however be kept on a short lead.
Group Rate £7.00 (Groups of 15 or more)
Children £1 (5 – 16 years)
Guided Garden Tours £3.50 (minimum of 15)
Images: copyright Pennington PR