Surrounded by stunning views of the Cotswold Hills, the setting of Sudeley Castle is breathtaking in itself. The award-winning gardens have been lovingly restored and redesigned to complement the elegance and tranquility of the castle and its ruins, as well as to echo through the ages and recreate the beauty of the gardens which have grown here in years gone by.
As our season runs from Spring to Autumn, so our gardens are an ever-evolving showcase of the best of what each time of the year has to offer. Tulips prevail in Spring, roses reign supreme during the Summer and the tender plants are evident once Autumn sets in.
Our team of gardeners, headed up by Stephen, work tirelessly throughout the year. Sudeley’s ethic is to manage the gardens in a way which benefits the insects and wildlife of the area, with a current emphasis on encouraging the bee population.
Our Guides and Volunteers are positioned throughout the exhibitions and the family rooms and are more than happy to answer any questions and ensure you get the most out of your visit.
Exhibitions include unique items such as original books by Katherine Parr, artwork by Turner and tapestries by Sheldon and we have created the useful trail of the ’20 Treasures of Sudeley’ to ensure you don’t miss our highlight exhibits.
Take a look behind the scenes of Julia Bradbury’s Best Walks With a View which Sudeley Castle feature on 1 April 2016.