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Lullingstone Castle & The World Garden, Eynsford

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3.9/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
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  • Just a short distance from the Lullingstone park. Little expensive at £8.00 each and shame we missed the guided tour of the house (2-3pm). Nice walk around the world gardens and park land. There was a...  read more »
  • This time of year the house and gardens are only open on a s Sunday from 12-5 with a (very short but informative) tour of a small part of the house at 2pm. The gardens are beautiful, even this time of...  read more »
  • This is a lovely spot to spend a couple of hours with not too much walking required. The garden is interesting I'm sure it has looked better earlier in the year we visited mid september. The lake is s...  read more »
  • Fantastic tucked away gem! My advice get there at opening time as there is so much to experience. World Garden is an absolute horticultural heaven - it will blow your mind! Beautiful grounds and tour round the house was brilliant. Great cakes and sandwiches from the marquee and plants from the nursery. Lovely to meet Tom who is continuing to put his heart and soul into this unique garden. And what was so lovely was that it was quite uncommercial and such a friendly place. Thank you.
  • I and friends have spent two wonderful visits to Lullingstone Castle. It sits in an idyllic spot in the Darenth Valley with lovely grounds, stately home and a unique World Garden with a fabulous selection of plants from all around the five continents. A lovely day out for us ladies from Folkestone.
  • A lovely afternoon spent here. House was open (not always) which was very interesting: links with Queen Anne and silk farming. Owners and staff very friendly. Church contains some of the oldest stained glass in the country. Grounds tranquil and varied (lake, lawns, wooded area). The World Garden is remarkable and unique. And there is a marquee with refreshments. Easy to get to - we'll be going back.
  • There today at Fire Service show and hugely enjoyed the relaxing atmosphere. The lovely church, lake and house. Are quite an oddity but charming. The family where on hand which was nice to see and renovation work under way which is great. Splendid Cedar trees and exotic walled garden. Well done!
  • Fantastic place for all the family to visit
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