RHS Garden Harlow Carr
- Spend the day at RHS Harlow Carr in the Yorkshire countryside
- Explore 58 acres of beautiful gardens, wildlife and history
- Discover herbaceous perennials, bulbs and shrubs and a variety of plant combinations
- Wander into a tropical paradise at the Sub-Tropicana Garden
- 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.
The most northerly of all the RHS gardens, Harlow Carr sits in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside and offers a variety of intriguing landscapes. Spanning 58 acres, the stunning Harlow Carr gardens are full of history and make for the perfect day out.
Stroll around the tranquil Queen Mother’s Lake and admire the soft plantings, wildlife in the lake, perennial wildflower meadow and majestic trees. One of the most iconic areas of the garden is Streamside, a beck running from east to west full of colourful moisture-loving plants. For more exotic climes, a visit to the Sub-Tropicana Garden is a must. Transport to a tropical paradise beaming with bold foliage, winding pathways and a heated glasshouse. Another must-see is the Alpine House, home to over 2000 plants all native to mountainous regions from around the world.
There is so much to see at RHS Harlow Carr all year round!
Address: RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Crag Lane, Beckwithshaw, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 1QB
April to September: 10am-6pm
October to March: 10am-4pm
Last entry is 1 hour before closing.