Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens Gift Voucher Tickets
£9.50 – £12.50
Please check opening times on the home page of this website before you book or visit. Opening times can vary owing to poor weather, private functions or unforeseen circumstances.
Children under 5 go free. Tickets for disabled visitors include a free ticket for one adult carer per paying disabled visitor.
Our Family Passport Tickets may offer you better value, and they include entry to all three attractions:
After purchasing your tickets online, a confirmation e-mail will be sent to you. We will send you physical tickets by post and there is no expiration date, so you can visit any time in the future, or give them to friends and family.
Please ensure you bring your tickets with you on the day.
Established in 1765 by the first Countess of Ilchester as a kitchen garden for her nearby castle. Developed since then into a magnificent 20 acre garden filled with rare and exotic plants from all over the world. Many of these plants were first introductions to this country, discovered by the plant hunting descendants of the Countess.
The Garden is a mixture of formal and informal flowers, world famous for it’s Camellia groves and magnolias. Noted in Dorset for its Rhododendron and Hydrangea collections and the charming Victorian Garden.
Facilities include the Colonial Restaurant, a quality gift shop and a fantastic plant centre where many of the flowers grown in the Garden can be purchased.
The Garden Pavilion is also a superb wedding venue and is fully licensed.
Regular events take place at the Garden including the floodlighting of the Garden in October. Hallowe’en is a major feature during the floodlighting when thousands of visitors dress in Hallowe’en costumes and the Pavilion becomes a hub for Hallowe’en celebrations.
Children visiting Abbotsbury attractions must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Adult (16+), Child (5-15 years), Disabled Adult (16+), Disabled Child (5-15 years)