So named because four of England’s Queens have walked here – Queen Katherine Parr, Queen Anne Boleyn, Lady Jane Grey and Queen Elizabeth I.
Sited on the original Tudor parterre, the formal garden was replanted to a design by Jane Fearnley-Whittingstall and is flanked by magnificent Yew trees planted by Emma Dent over 150 years ago. The Queens’ garden is best known for its stunning display of roses (over 70 varieties) which reach their peak in June, when the garden is ablaze with colour and heavy with scent.
In this garden:
• Opium Poppies
Rose Week 2013 runs from Monday 24th June though to Sunday 30th June, when our gardeners and guides will be giving special tours of the gardens. More details to be posted on the Events section of the website.