RHS Garden Rosemoor
- Wander around 65 acres of beautiful gardens in RHS Garden Rosemoor, Devon
- Discover traditional and modern techniques across the gardens
- Explore the oldest part of the garden, the Stone Garden, for a taste of Japan
- Smell the roses in two impressive rose gardens
- Tickets may be cancelled or amended 48 hours before the visit date.
- The gardens are wheelchair friendly.
- Only registered support dogs are allowed in the garden.
- Personal drone usage is prohibited at all RHS Gardens.
Spanning 65 acres, RHS Rosemoor is a beautiful garden set in the Torridge Valley between Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks. Gifted to the RHS by Lady Anne Berry in 1988, the Rosemoor gardens consist of the original gardens as well as newer areas.
Smell the sweet scents of over 250 varieties of roses in the two impressive rose gardens. Wander around the Queen Mother’s Rose Garden, home to modern hybrid roses and the Shrub Rose Garden, planted with old historical roses and modern shrub roses. Feel the heat in the Hot Garden, sizzling with reds, oranges and yellows, and cool down in the Cool Garden, famed for its calm colour palette and focus on water.
Discover the old and new techniques produce is grown and displayed in the Fruit and Vegetable Garden and the shade-loving plants in the inspirational Model Gardens. Make sure to visit the oldest part of the Rosemoor garden, the Stone Garden, to experience a taste of Japan with Japanese maples, woodland perennials, Japanese stone lantern and more.
Address: RHS Garden Rosemoor, Great Torrington, Devon, EX38 8PH
April to September: 10am-6pm
October to March: 10am-4pm
Last entry is 1 hour before closing.