Wisbech St Mary Open Gardens

Please note
This event ran in 2017 but we don't yet have this year's details. When we get them, we'll add them, but in the meantime we include below event information from last year to remind you about the event.

 approx 8 gardens opened Wisbech St Mary, near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire
Sunday 18th June 2017
10.00am to 5.00pm

Gardens around the village will open to visitors and most of the gardens are within easy walking distance of each other. They range from large open landscapes, wild flower meadows to container and cottage gardens including the winner of the Wisbech in Bloom 2016 Best Small Out of Town Garden and the Best Container Garden.

A great day out for the whole family - plant knowledge quizzes, children's quizzes, online weather station, collection of over 300 cacti and succulents, ponds and water features, hens, fish, vegetable plots, a private falconry collection, tombola and plant sales.

Wisbech St Mary Parish Church is also open from 12.00noon to 5.00pm with an organ recital and exhibition of hobbies and crafts. Falconry flying demonstrations 11.00am to 12.00noon and 2.00pm to 3.00pm.

Refreshments are available at most gardens, from handmade pizza cooked on a wood-fired outdoor oven, freshly made sandwiches, to scrumptious home baked cakes and cream teas.

Fundraising in aid of Wisbech St Mary Church Restoration Fund and Macmillan.

Plant sales:  There will be plants for sale.

Cost:  4.00 adults, accompanied under 16s free. Entry to all gardens includes falconry collection.

How to get event passports:  Buy entry programmes with maps on the day from any participating garden - look for the gardens displaying a large orange flower.

Contact the organisers:  Phone: 07584 341 160  Email:

Directions:  The gardens are situated in Wisbech St Mary on High Road, Station Road, St Mary's Close and off Churchfield Way. They will all be displaying a large orange flower.

Location:  Cambridgeshire.  Use Sat Nav postcode: PE13 4RY (please verify before travelling)

Please ... tell the organisers that you found them on the Open Gardens National Directory.